Bath Tourism Plus are committed to ensuring that, so far is reasonably possible, access to the Bath Christmas Market event is accessible to everyone wishing to attend. The main areas of the event site are accessible via drop curbs, which are permanent features of the city centre. These areas have been left clear from any obstructions. An accessible toilet facility is available on Swallow Street. Click here for more information on visiting Bath if you have accessibility issues.
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Some of our favourites in Bath this Christmas
Seven Hills Chocolate
We make handmade chocolate bars, fresh individual chocolates and assorted other confectionery made in a small factory two miles from the centre of Bath.
Accessible AccommodationFrom £72
Search and book accessible places to stay in Bath.
Do it yourself kits including makery books.
Twilight Dinner and Tour of the Roman Baths
The Roman Baths are an impressive sight by day, but as the sun starts to fade the ruins become an even-more magical sight.