How to Find Bath’s Umbrella Street

First popularised by Portugal’s Ágitagueda Urban Art and Music Festival, the Umbrella Sky Project has been a worldwide phenomenon with hundreds of umbrellas being suspended in all corners of the globe.

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Back for it’s second year, Bath once again hosts the installation with a thousand umbrellas gracing St Lawrence Street mirrored by artificial lawns and flowering telephone boxes.

Visitors departing Bath Spa Train Station need only walk a few paces before the spectacle appears before them. Visitors should head in the direction of the Debenhams store, crossing via the traffic lights.

Upon reaching the end of St Lawrence Street that runs parallel to Debehnams, visitors should then turn left to continue the flowering spectacle down a further St Lawrence Street running through Southgate Bath.

Have you marvelled at the Umbrella Project? Tell me where in the comments.

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  1. September 30, 2017 / 7:12 am

    My name is Diana, I live in the South of Russia in Krasnodar city. I like to travel to England, I’m a travel agent. I was in Bath several times before. But I’ve never seen Bath looking so lovely when I stepped on Umbrella Street on the 19th of August this year. Amazing! Perfect! Splendid! It is this beauty that makes Bath very attractive for tourists all over the world.

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      October 3, 2017 / 1:17 pm

      Hi Diana, lovely to hear from you! I’m glad that you were able to see Bath during the Umbrella’s reign. One day I hope to come to Russia!

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