The finest Roman Baths in Europe and the heart of the World Heritage site.
Lived in Bath and two of her novels were set in the city. You can visit the Jane Austen Centre and follow her footsteps on a guided walking tour.
Briain’s original and only natural hot water thermal spa.
4) Georgian Architecture
Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to it being dominated by beautiful Georgian crescents and houses all built by locally quarried Bath stone.
A unique and festive shopping experience in the heart of Bath.
The last of the great medieval churches of England, where the first King of England was crowned. Called “The Lantern of the West” thanks to its beautiful stained glass windows.
7) Museums and Galleries
An exceptional choice of museums and galleries which covers many aspects of the city’s wonderful history, including the American Museum in Britain, The Building of Bath Museum, The Victoria Art Gallery and the Holborne Museum (which is currently closed for the building of a major new extension).
Elegant public rooms at the heart of fashionable Georgian society with a magnificent interior which consists of a splendid Ball Room, Tea Room and Card Room, connected by two fine octagonal rooms.
9) Theatres and Cinemas
The Bath Theatre Royal is one of the oldest and most beautiful theatres in the country and shows plays starring many famous actors. Bath has the wonderful independent cinema, the Little Theatre, plus a multiplex Odeon.
Bath is renowned for its literature, film and music festivals and the arts with events taking place throughout the year.
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Trowbridge Road, Bradford on Avon, near Bath and Longleat, Wiltshire
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