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Bath Abbey

Bath Category Historic Sites
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Pilgrims and visitors have been made welcome at Bath Abbey for hundreds of years. As one of the most visited places in the South West, we welcome over 420,000 people through our doors each year, but are fully aware that every visitor comes with their own expectations, beliefs and purpose.

Whether it’s to admire our magnificent architecture, to enjoy our wonderful choral music or for a quiet moment of contemplation, we invite you to come and experience the Abbey’s unique environment for yourself.

Please check the website when visiting as the Abbey may be closed on some days for services.



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