Situated at the end of the magnificent Great Pulteney Street, stands an impressive Palladian building – The Holburne of Menstrie Museum and the Holburne Museum of Art. Voted this year (2016) as one of the Top 10 Wonderful Museums in the UK by Britain Magazine, it is one of the treasures of Bath’s many Museums… Read more »
The Royal Hotel is a Travellers’ Choice Winner. This makes us part of an exclusive group, the top 10% of hotels worldwide. Each year, Tripadvisor comb through reviews, ratings, and saves from Travellers everywhere, and use that information to award the very best.
Walking around Bath you can’t help but admire the beautiful architecture, wonder at the ancient baths, or imagine yourself dolled up to the nines at a Regency Ball in the Assembly Rooms. However, all that you see in beautiful Bath was constructed and created by the working people of the city; an oft forgotten element… Read more »
Hidden around the back of Marks and Spencer’s, down a non-descript cobbled street in Bath, is a treasure of a building that preserves an important part of the city’s history. Few visitors seek it out, but those who do are well rewarded with a fascinating glimpse into the past, and I urge both visitors and… Read more »
If you’re aiming to visit Bath over the upcoming Half Term holidays, and are looking for some fun things to do with your children, not just the usual museums, then we’ve got a few suggestions for you. Go Medieval mad this February with the unique Ora Et Labora. Not only do they sell products exclusively… Read more »
The Museum of East Asian Art is located in central Bath and has the most impressive and unusual collection of East Asian Art found in the local area. Fine artwork from China, Japan, Korea and South east Asia is found at the museum and the range of materials used include ceramics, jades, bronzes, bamboo and… Read more »