Trade Product Information and Experiences:
Bradford on Avon is perfectly set in the dramatic Avon valley in Wiltshire and only a few miles from the World Heritage City of Bath; it is a combination of river, canal, and architecture of true character. From small weavers’ cottage to grand clothiers’ houses; handsome public buildings, medieval barns, ancient places of worship and meandering alleyways making it the perfect place to explore!
Explore Bradford on Avon Visitor Information Centre can provide you with comprehensive information on a day trip to Bradford on Avon with any group with any requirements and put you in touch with suppliers for the following:
Canal boat trips
Canal boat private day hire
Blue Badge local guided walks
Nature & ecology guided walks
Group friendly restaurants and accommodation
Local historic houses and gardens
Local events and experiences
Name of trade contact: Tourism Officer
Trade email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trade Tel: 01225864240
Opening Dates: All Year
Trade Prices – Group/FIT rates (as of 2020): N/A
Min group size: Any size welcome.
Languages: We can connect you with local blue badge guides covering most languages, please email us to facilitate.
Duration of visit: Half day/full day
Address: Station Carpark Frome Road, Bradford on Avon BA15 1DQ
Open: 24 Hours
Charges apply: 8am – 6pm (including bank holidays)
Charge: up to 3 hours 5.10
All day: £7.60
Blue Badge: Free
Pay and Display and MiPermit
Suitable for Education / Corporate / Incentive visits: Yes
Map & Directions
Bradford on Avon is only 18 miles from the M4 motorway which links Wiltshire with London and Bristol and the main M5 artery leading north and south.
Public Transport Directions
There is a railway station at Bradford on Avon, situated within walking distance of the town itself.The station is only one stop from the World Heritage City of Bath and serves the West Country and Wales with links to London from Westbury.Local buses from Bradford on Avon direct to Bath and surrounding area.