All you need to know

When and where

Meet outside The Crystal Palace Pub
Abbey Street, BA1 1NW
(there's a map at the bottom of the page)

Every Friday night until 29th September (apart from 8th and 15th of September).
7 - 9pm

The tour runs for about 2 hours, with 30 mins of walking.

Arrive early to grab a drink at the Crystal Palace first.

Tickets

£9/£7
Cash only, please.
Pay at start.

Private tours

Perfect for stags, hens, team building and birthday parties.

To book a private tour, contact cheers@thebathpubtour.com

Who

Everyone is welcome!
Visitors and locals. Friends and families. Love birds and old birds. Drinkers and non-drinkers.
Dress for the weather.

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Latest news

In extreme weather (or other unforeseen drama), we may have to cancel the tour. This is very unlikely, but you can always check the latest status of the show here.

 An insider's guide to Bath's best boozers

An insider's guide to Bath's best boozers

Once upon a time, not so very long ago, Bath had more pubs per square mile than any other city in the world. Along Roman roads and cobbled streets, down ancient alleyways and secret shortcuts, the Bath Pub Tour takes you on a 90-minute whistle-stop expedition through this city’s long and winding drinking past.

But this is no ordinary tour. This is as much a pub quiz as a pub tour, with round after round of fascinating facts delivered in a tongue-in-cheek Pub Quiz format. Come ready with a team name – there are prizes to be won! With a quick half-time pit-stop in the city’s smallest pub, we’ll safely deliver you to the cosy confines of one of Bath’s best loved boozers.

The Bath Pub Tour was created by Kilter Theatre - a local theatre company specialising in site-specific work.

Audience comments from the Bath Pub Tour...

"Incredible!" "Perfectly balanced"

“Probably the best guided tour in Bath”

"Fun AND informative”

"A great way to start a Saturday night in Bath for locals and visitors"

Latest news

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