Bath CIty for the disabled

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.
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The Official Bath App

Available on Android devices and iPads is the Official Bath App. Bringing together modern technology and this fantastic heritage town for an easier and detailed list of things to do and see, places to eat and family attractions. Downloading the Official Bath App gives you a chance to find out more about the town and also save you money during your stay.

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Bath’s Botanical Gardens

Situated at the north side of the Royal Victoria Park in Bath, the Botanical Gardens is a great escape from the busier and bigger park that hundreds of people visit each day. Although there are a few signs pointing towards the gardens, most people tend to stay away as they’re happy to amble along the bigger park and enjoy the scenery.
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The Unique Building of Bath Collection

The Building Of Bath Collection houses a unique combination of history and architecture. Found in The Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel is homage to the men who literally made Bath what it is. Here you can learn about how the city was constructed and why the Georgian architecture is still such an integral part of Bath, even after all these years.
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