Think you’ve seen all there is to explore in Bath? Think again. The Roman Baths are welcoming a select few to see the city’s most famous attraction from a whole new angle with its tunnel and behind the scenes tour this Spring. The 27th March and 24 April will see lucky visitors roam areas of… Read more »
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Bath may be a city of many things to see and offer a rich history to learn about but fear not, there is a wide selection of tours to help make sure you don’t miss a thing during your visit. There are open bus tours available to help visitors get an uninterrupted view of the… Read more »
So we all know how much there is to see and do in the centre of Bath, but there are some fantastic days out for those of you who fancy venturing a little further afield too. The Canal Visitor Centre is found at the delightfully named Brassknocker Basin just five miles from the city centre,… Read more »
Prior Park is one of Bath’s most beautiful attractions, and the happy screams of egg hunters will be filling its ground soon as the Easter trail delights children once again. Visitors to the historic piece of landscape will be able to hunt their way around the garden in a bid to claim a chocolate egg… Read more »
Take some time to show mum just how special she is this month, and whisk her on a break in the beautiful city of Bath. Better yet, treat her to some relaxing treatments in the country’s favourite spa – the Thermae Bath Spa.
The South West has become a major player on the foodie scene in recent years, but when it comes to mouth-watering food the old restaurants are often the best. How does breakfast, lunch or dinners in The Pump Room of Bath sound? Serving modern British cuisine with a special twist, the restaurant offers fine food… Read more »
Bath has always had a special hold over Jane Austen fans, and the Jane Austen Centre makes the perfect starting point to a day dedicated to following in the writer’s footsteps. The city may have only been the young Miss Austen’s home for 5 years but that was more than enough time for her to… Read more »
Who’s seen the stunning adaptation of Les Miserables? And did anyone think some of the scenery looked familiar? Some of the film’s scenes were shot in Bath’s Grand Parade beside the River Avon, and they provided the perfect backdrop to the tale of struggle and redemption. Bath’s dramatic architecture and nostalgic appearance has always made… Read more »
Bath Abbey is a beautiful and magnificent building that dates back to the 15th century. It was on this site that history was repeatedly made and the incredible fan vaulting was constructed. Not only will you have the opportunity to take a walk around the Abbey, but you will also have the chance to visit… Read more »
In March 2013, Bath will once again play host to its world-renowned literature festival. In recent years, the festival has gone from strength to strength and has welcomed world-famous authors who have been more than happy to play an integral part in all the festival has to offer.