How Georgians spent their pennies.

Terry Mitchell - one of the longest serving members of the Honorary Corps - taking visitors on a two hour tour of the city.

Fancy finding out more about Victorian Bath? Or how the Georgians spent their pennies? There’s the many famous people who tied the knot in the city or how this ‘town in the West’ stood up to wartime bombs.

Just some of the subjects to be covered by special walks – organised by the Mayor of Bath’s Corps of Honorary Guides –

being held through July.

DP 5426 - Special Walking Tours Poster May 2017

Remember, these knowledgeable volunteers ask no fee and take no tips.

Find out more via wwww.bathguides.org.uk

Meanwhile, daily generic walks – visiting many of the city’s historic sites – begin at 10.30 am and 2 pm each day (excluding Christmas Day)  from outside the Pump Room by Bath Abbey.

mayors guides
The new-look board for the Mayor’s Guides