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Getting around the Festival
Bath is a small city and most Fringe venues are central or easily accessible on foot.
Larkhall (for the Rondo & New Oriel Hall) & Kensington Meadows are well served by buses 6&7 (Larkhall) and also 13 (Kensington, London Road, also very close for Larkhall).
Please note that there is absolutely NO parking available on or around Kensington Meadows. To cycle, walk or bus it isn't hard and is much friendlier for the neighbours.
King Edward's School (Wroughton Theatre) is a short walk from the number 4 and other buses on the Warminster Road.
St Matthew's Church, Widcombe, is just a minute up Widcombe Hill, which is on our map.
Both Universities are well signposted and on the 418 bus. Make sure you're going to the right one because they're at opposite ends of the route!
Bath City Farm is in Whiteway, and near the route of bus No.5.
The American Museum at Claverton Down is between the A36 and the University of Bath.
Camerton can be reached via the A367 Radstock road.
Holt is a bit of an expedition (past Bradford on Avon, whatever is your preferred route) but well worth it!!
Bristolians should note that the last buses back to your fair city are at 11 pm, but trains go back later around midnight and after 1am (last one Sundays 23.56); our friends in Bradford, Trowbridge, Westbury & Frome should be able to get a train back well after 11 pm any night, and Chippenham after 10.30pm except on Sundays. Please check with Network Rail for up-to-date details.
Bath Tourist Information
For information about where to stay and what to do during the day in Bath (apart from going to fringe art shows and to support our sponsors, of course) your one-stop for all the information you could need is Bath Tourist Information.
p: Abbey Chambers, Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LY
t: 01225 477101 / 0906 711 2000 (50p / min)
They have an informative website at: www.visitbath.co.uk