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25-Minute Bath River Cruise including Pulteney Weir

From US$9.75
  • Discover the city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage site, from the water
  • Cruise the River Avon on an authentic 1960s Broads Cruiser
  • See St. John the Evangelist Church, Pulteney Bridge, and more
25-Minute Bath River Cruise including Pulteney Weir
From US$9.75
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2:30pm DepartureMost Popular
Tour leaves 2:30pm prompt
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Tour leaves 4pm prompt
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11am tour
Morning 25 minute city tour.
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Discover the spirit of Bath on a River Avon cruise. This short but informative Bath river cruise takes you through the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and past landmarks such as St. John the Evangelist Church and Pulteney Bridge. Stay comfortable in your vintage Broads Cruiser boat outfitted with a sunroof for summer and a coal fire for winter.
What to Expect
Greet your guide in central Bath and hop aboard a retro Broads Cruiser, a 1960s craft designed for Norfolk's waterways.
Sail past the start of the Kennet and Avon Canal, pass under North Parade Bridge, and savor views of St. John the Evangelist Church. Keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife, including peregrine falcons.
Snap photos of the landmark Pulteney Bridge and admire the rushing waters of the famous Pulteney Bridge Weir, backed by Bath’s UNESCO-listed Old Town. Discover the city’s history and heritage as your skipper tells stories of ancient Bath, before returning to your starting point, where your tour ends.
Reviews (35)
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Reviewed 18 November 2018
Very Pleasant

Took the cruise with our children on a fresh November morning, very surprised with the on board fire making the cabin really warm, very informative with great close up views of Pulteney Bridge and the weir.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank _liamheath001
Reviewed 14 October 2018 via mobile
Lovely way to see parts of Bath by water

Staff so accommodating, they even let us go on the boat at an earlier time than we had booked. Young Lady was very knowledgable even to pointing out and explaining the little details. Drinks were a lovely bonus as it was cold a hot drink...More

Thank 138suey
Reviewed 1 October 2018
Welcoming crew

Really lovely trip and made to feel really welcome. Drinks available on board and you can sit up and watch the view from the back or under the shelter of the cabin. It’s a pity it’s so short!

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank BarnseyS
LadyPSkipper, Skipper at River Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 1 October 2018

Thanks for taking the time to review us. Maybe you can join us on one of our longer trips next time ! I hope you enjoyed the rest of the time in Bath.

Reviewed 24 August 2018
Perfect way to see the sights from the river!

I took a day trip from London to Bath, and had only two things on my agenda: the Roman Baths and this river cruise! It was such a great, affordable way to take a fun little trip down the river. The guides were so nice...More

Date of experience: August 2018
3  Thank Mollie H
Reviewed 17 August 2018 via mobile
Bath River Cruise

We had a really nice time on the Bath River Cruise the kids enjoyed it the young lady and the captain was really friendly. A must see when you come to bath.

1  Thank erayediz
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Grace H
3 October 2018|
Response from Steve S | Reviewed this property |
Hello dogs are allowed but I’m not sure the the stoops call the company’s
20 September 2018|
Response from Rolly152 | Reviewed this property |
No I don’t think you’d get a wheelchair on board,but best to check with them directly
9 September 2018|
Response from Kim B | Reviewed this property |
If you head towards the railway station but just before you get there it’s to the right of it. If you head towards where the canal runs it is along there. Sorry I can’t be more specific ☹️