Discover why Bath is a World Heritage Site
Located on York Street Bath World Heritage Centre celebrates Bath’s unique cultural offering as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Centre is free to enter and gives an insight into what makes the city so special.
Supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Bath World Heritage Centre is a springboard for visitors to Bath and local people to engage with the city’s culture, history and heritage and explore popular Bath landmarks as well as lesser-known places around the city.
The Centre features a host of interactive exhibits and displays designed to inspire, excite and inform. Friendly and knowledgeable staff and volunteers are on hand to answer questions and help people make the most of their visit. Free walking trails and guides help visitors explore all the city has to offer.
A new mobile app is also available for download. Packed with fun features, trails, quirky facts and a GPS map, the app allows people to build bespoke itineraries based on their preferences.
The World Heritage Centre is part of the Archway Project, supported by the Heritage Fund thanks to National Lottery players, which also includes a brand-new Roman Baths Clore Learning Centre for pre-booked school and community groups, and a new Roman Gym at the Roman Baths.