No visit to Bath is complete without a trip to one of the Bath’s oldest houses.
Britain’s only natural thermal Spa. Enjoy the warm, mineral-rich waters which the Celts and Romans discovered over 2,000 years ago.
The story of fashion over the past 400 years is brought alive at the Fashion Museum, a world-class collection of contemporary and historical dress.
No. 1 Royal Crescent is now open with 10 historically dressed rooms, a new exhibition space and a well-stocked Georgian shop.
We are part of the world’s largest open- top tour group – City Sightseeing
You’ll laugh yourself silly when you join this highly acclaimed walk through Bath.
The Roman bathing establishment with its magnificent Temple and Baths flourished in Aquae Sulis between the first and fifth centuries AD
Prior Park, set in the sweeping valleys of Bath, provides spectacular views over the city.
Built in 1805, the Theatre Royal Bath is one of the oldest and most beautiful theatres in the country.
The story of 2000 years of the city of Bath at Work.
At The Holburne Museum you’ll find a beautiful and fascinating art collection in one of Bath’s great buildings.
There is nowhere else quite like Bath Abbey. Magnificent stained glass windows, columns of honey-gold stone and some of the finest fan-vaulting in the world
Bath and North East Somerset’s most popular art gallery has one of the best temporary exhibition programmes in the region.
This unique collection displays Bath’s transformation from a provincial town into an architecturally admired Georgian Spa.
The Museum of East Asian Art is the only museum in the UK dedicated solely to arts and culture of East and Southeast Asia.
William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus here in March 1781 using a telescope of his own design.
Ora et Labora offers visitors a unique exhibition of monastic life in Medieval Bath. Sample our artisan monastic produce!
With the Royal Crescent as its backdrop come and play 18 holes of fun mini-golf over rushing waterfalls.
This anonymous building contains 265 years of history that saw it become the first Theatre Royal outside of London.
Discover the fascinating story of the post, with so many fun things for all the family to see and do.
Situated within a Georgian manor house in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the American Museum is home to the ﬁnest collection of Americana outside of the United States.
The 120ft neo-classical Italianate Tower was built in 1827 for William Beckford as a study retreat and today it contains a museum collection.
Towpath Trail The original bike and canoe hire centre. TT Cycles. Bikes, trailers, trailer bikes and all manner of family cycling accessories.
Lion Tours: fun, fully guided small group tours, a unique insight to the wonderful countryside around Bath
The best way to experience the splendid Kennet & Avon Canal is to travel on it. Take a picnic or visit one of the canalside pubs and tea rooms.
The UK’s largest international motor museum with over 400 vehicles displayed in stunning style, dating from 1885 to the present day.
Wookey Hole Caves – a great day out for all the family, whatever the weather. Wander through the prehistoric Valley of the Dinosaurs featuring King Kong and relax in our magical Fairy Garden.
Start your visit to Bath here and pick up maps and tickets for attractions, tours and events
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