Two days Bath and Bristol highlights


Take a walk along the Harbourside or enjoy a harbour cruise with Bristol Packet Boat Trips before visiting Brunel’s SS Great Britain. 50 years ago, the world’s first luxury liner returned to the dry dock where she was built and has been restored to Victorian glory. This award-winning attraction enables visitors to experience the sights, sounds and smells of this great ship.

SS Great Britain

After lunch, take the Bristol Insight open-top bus to Clifton and cross Brunel’s other masterpiece, the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Tours are available for groups. After dinner enjoy live music in a traditional English pub or take in a West End show at the Bristol Hippodrome theatre.

Clifton Suspension Bridge


Take the train to Bath (it’s only 12 minutes) and visit the worldfamous Roman Baths, one of the best-preserved Roman remains in the world. Discover the city’s Roman past in the interactive museum and tread in ancient footsteps around the Great Bath.

Roman Baths

Spend the afternoon exploring the stunning Georgian architecture of the World Heritage city. No. 1 Royal Crescent is a fascinating museum that offers the chance to discover more about family life in Georgian Bath – there is also a hotel in the crescent where you can take afternoontea in the stunning gardens. Continue the Georgian story with a visit to the Jane Austen Centre and celebrate one of Bath’s most famous residents.

no. 1 royal crescent

For public enquiries please contact:

Bath Tourist Information Centre:

0044 1225 614420

Bristol Tourist Information Centre:

0044 333 321 0101

For trade enquiries please contact:

Visit Bath:

Rosie Hurley,
Marketing Executive


Visit Bristol:

Jon Chamberlain,
Marketing Manager

Travel Trade