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Took some Canadian visitors to this as I’d enjoyed it a few years before. They were highly entertained and enjoyed both the jokes and magic tricks. It’s totally different to the usual boring drudge - and who really wants to know about the rise of...More
The thought of walking around Bath with someone trying to be funny wasn’t top of my things to do in Bath. However, the reviews for Bizarre Bath were excellent so we gave it a try.
My only complaint is my face hurts from laughing so...More
Very British humour, bit of slapstick, some very good improvisation from the host. Good bit of magic, really enjoyed.
An appealing blend of wit and wiles. Myself and my partner very much enjoyed this little excursion.
My wife and I did the tour Sunday night along with 30-40 other tourists.
We were warned at the outset that it was by no means a factual tour, that it certainly was not, but it was very entertaining and funny, everybody's taste in comedy...More
We thoroughly enjoyed this irreverent tour of Bath. Laughter all the way with some magic thrown in and a stunt rabbit. Volunteers come to no harm. Don't try and sneak into the group without paying, you may be pyschologically damaged!
We joined this not really knowing what it was all about other than it not being a historic walk. It was a really entertaining 1 & half hours, really amusing and lots of fun, the host is excellent, he included everyone in the fun, I...More
I really enjoyed the walk, it’s a great activity for family or friends and is suitable for kids and adults alike. The tour doesn’t cover a particularly large area and there is no history, more observational humour and even a few magic tricks thrown in!...More
What a great walk through Bath with non-stop giggles. Our guide had a great British sense of humor and well timed comedy. It was so fun, with the backdrop of Bath as the stage. We got to see around the city in a new light...More
Wasn’t expecting much, but was really pleasantly surprised by this short tour. Let me get this right, it’s not really a tour of Bath, it’s an hour and a half walk with a stand up comedian. Don’t be fooled, don’t be put off, this is...More
When planning a trip to Bath, you will want to visit places such as the Roman Baths, The Costume museum, the Royal Crescent etc. Well, be sure to add the Bizare Bath comedy walk to your list. It’s an evening of wonderful entertainment that steers...More
Planning my time in Bath - advice needed, please! (4 Replies)
I will be staying in Bath for 3 days and 3 nights in July - 1 adult and two older teenagers. I will be arriving on a Monday, then Tuesday through Thursday we'll have 2 full-day tours and 1 full day for Bath itself. This includes two full evenings Tue and Wed from 17:00 on. I am trying to figure out which train from London to take: the 15:30 or the 19:30 (trains in-between are insanely expensive). Questions: Am I right that 1 day and 2 full evenings is more than enough for Bath itself?...More
June 14, 2010|
The Roman Baths have extended opening hours in July and August; they stay open until 10pm, with last admission at 9pm. It's rather nice in the evenings (and I would juggle your schedule to visit after the tour buses have left if you were planning to do this on your "free" day in Bath) In July sunset is between 9:30pm at the start and 9pm at the end of the month so, yes, you could go for a walk in the evening and then have a meal. A nice idea might be to take a tour boat up the river...More
Traveling Solo to Bath (3 Replies)
So I am traveling Solo to Bath and staying over 1 night. I plan to take the Bizarre Bath tour and a Stonehenge tour. I was wondering which Stonehenge tour from bath is ideal, especially for a young single traveler. Also was wondering if there were any activities worth doing in bath (i.e. restaurants)? Thanks for any suggestions.
April 30, 2009|
Response fromjoe c|
I suggest you take a Stonehenge tour that includes Lacock or at rate somewhere else as Stonehenge by itself it a short trip.
What to do for a day trip to bath in Oct 2005? (3 Replies)
I am going to have a day trip to bath, from bournemouth, in early Oct. I want to visit the following places: Roman bath museum, bath abbey, Sally Lunn's Museum. And a walk in the historical city. Many people reccommend the Bizarre Bath. It's very funny. But it is said on it's website that the walk will end after 30 Sept. Isn't it? Are there any other places valued to see? And need I spend a night there, I mean a 2 days travel?
September 29, 2005|
Hello Sinak ! You can get a combined ticket to visit the Roman Baths Museum and the Museum of Costume in the basement of the Assembly Rooms. If you don't have enough time for both musuems - providing there are no events in the Assembly rooms you can go in there for free and see the Ballroom, Octagonal card playing room, and the tea room. They are beautifully decorated. I believe that combined ticket also lets you in to the pretty Riverside gardens for free, near the Orange Grove/Alkmaar...More