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Bath is a big rugby town. They play at a stadium called the Rec, which is a two minute walk from Pultuney Bridge. The stadium is relatively small and tends to sell-out for the bigger matches, so it is best to book in advance. Check out their website for more details.
Written Dec 7, 2009
Walking back to the town from a game of football in the park we spotted a mini-golf course. Of course this meant that we had to have a game. Cue lots of laughter and probably the best spent £4 of the weekend. I managed to bag second place, succeeding in not loosing to a girl - not a fate that was shared by my friend. He wasn't even close ;) At least he got a hole-in-one though.
Written Apr 29, 2009
Address: Victoria Park, Bath
From April to September, visitors to Bath can
enjoy views of the city from the deck of an open topped riverboat. At Pulteney Bridge take the steps down to the waterway and hop aboard. Tours take approx. one hour. On the return, stop at the Riverfront cafe terrace for a coffee break.
Updated Dec 13, 2004
Up, up and away with beautiful views in every direction! BATH BALLOON FLIGHTS offers pre-dusk flights over the mellow landscapes of Somerset, from March through October (depending on the weather). Flyers must call to book ahead.
Updated Dec 13, 2004
Phone: (01225) 466888
If you're in or around Bath between August and March, stop by the pitch to catch an exciting rugby match!
Rugby was invented in Rugby, England in 1832 by William Webb Ellis, a young student at Rugby School who picked up a football (soccer ball) and ran with it in his hands to score. Rugby is a sport at the heart of Bath, a sport that somewhat defines the town. Bath Rugby Football Club has been in existence since the late 19th century, and today the team boasts top spot in several national league championships.
For newcomers to the game, rugby is a cross between American football and soccer. Unlike American football, players do not wear pads or helmets and play does not end with a tackle, making rugby an extremely fast-paced and thrilling game.
So, like I said, if you're lucky enough to be in Bath during rugby season, be sure to catch a home match!
Equipment: Support the team with an official Cotton Traders jersey from Just Rugby or The Bath Rugby Shop, both located in the shopping centres in town.
Written Feb 9, 2004
Address: 11 Argyle Street, Bath, BA2 4BQ
Phone: 01225 325200
Come and watch the beautiful game here in Bath City.
Equipment: None, just bring your friends.
Admission Prices are as follows:
Adult Standing: £7.50
Adult Seating: £9.00
OAP/Student Standing: £5.00
OAP/Student Seating: £6.50
Child Standing: £3.50
Child Seating: £4.50
Programme Price: £1.80
Written Oct 31, 2003
Address: Twerton Park, Twerton, Bath, BA2 1DB
Phone: +44 (0)1225 423087
The Recreation Ground is the home of Bath RFC. It is very close to town and open for anyone to walk in and explore. Matches are usually held on Saturdays. Bath play in the Zurich Premiership and occasionally in the European Cup.
Updated Jun 16, 2003
Bath is well know for its' great rugby team. It has a great riverside stadium which is situated minutes away from the City Centre.
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