Guide to Bath

Bath is a city for all seasons, whether sightseeing or shopping.

It has long been famous for its Georgian architecture and Roman Heritage, and in 1988 the city was added to the UNESCO World heritage list as a site of global importance.

Bath is also a perfect centre from which to tour the area, where you can find some of the most outstanding places of interest in England – north into the Cotswolds, south to Glastonbury and Wells Cathedral, east to Stonehenge and Sailsbury, west to Bristol and South Wales.

Some of the wonderful sites in Bath include the 18th Century Roman Baths, the Abbey, the Pump Rooms and Assembly Rooms, as well as Pultney Bridge and the world famous Royal Crescent.

Local Attractions

American Museum in
Avon Valley Country
Avon Valley
Bath Abbey Heritage
Bath City
Bath Postal
Beckford’s Tower and
Bowood House and
Bristol Zoo and
Building of Bath
Castle Combe Skid Pan and Kart
Ghost Walks of
Holburne Museum of
Jane Austen
Mad Max
Museum of Bath at
Museum of Costume and Assembly
No.1 Royal
Prior Park Landscape
Radstock, Midsomer, Norton and District
Roman Baths and Pump
Sally Lunn’s Refreshment House and
The Bath Boating
The Kennet and Avon Canal Boats and Cycles Boats and
The Little Theatre
Theatre Royal,
Thermae Bath
Victoria Art
Wookey Hole Caves and

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