For a historic city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bath is one of the UK’s most accessible destinations for wheelchair users. Whether you’re considering one of the ever-popular spa breaks in Bath or just exploring for a day, if you drop into the Visitor Information Centre at the start of your stay the staff are fully trained to help you plan the easiest and most convenient attractions and places to visit.
We know one of the biggest attractions is the Roman Baths, and happily, more than 60% of the site is accessible for wheelchair users. If you access the attraction via the Abbey Church Yard you’ll be able to visit the Pump Room, the terrace and the Sun Lounge with ease. Lift access leads down to the lower museum, the Great Baths and the East Baths, and there’s a disabled toilet beside the entrance to the Roman Baths.
The friendly Visitor Information Centre staff will be happy to recommend easy access restaurants and the many galleries throughout the city that are suitable for wheelchairs. Bath is a compact city, but its streets are home to dozens of things to see, place to visit and restaurants to sample, so you’ll be spoilt for choice.