Bath Things to Do

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  • 1. Roman Baths

    It's a matter of taste, what "the most romantic buildings" anywhere can be... The Roman Baths and Temple of Aquae Sulis Minerva were voted "the most romantic buildings in Britain" by the Royal...

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  • 2. Pulteney Bridge

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    I can't think of a more pleasant and fascinating view than that of the Crescent Weir in Bath. I arrived in Bath in the morning, from Bristol, and was immediately taken by the views to Pulteney Bridge....

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  • 3. Bath Abbey

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    Bath Abbey is the last of the great medieval churches of England. Would you believe, that three different Churches have stood on the site of this Abbey! # An Anglo-Saxon Abbey Church dating from...

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  • 4. Circus

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    John Wood, the Elder, designed The Circus (originally called King's Circus) in 1754 and was completed in 1768. The listed Palladian architecture is divided into three parts consisting of townhouses...

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  • 5. River Avon

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    We came down the steps from Pulteney Bridge and had a nice walk along the river to North Parade Bridge. You can get some great views of Bath and local wildlife. During the summer you can take boat...

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  • 6. Royal Crescent

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    30 Georgian style houses lay out The Royal Crescent. Designed by the John Wood the Younger, an architect, and built between 1767 and 1774. The listed exterior hardly has changed as it was when it was...

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  • 7. Jane Austen Museum

    The Jane Austin museum is not the author’s real home. It is a replica of where Jane used to live. It is a nice to visit for Jane Austin fans like my sister. You are treated to a story of her life and...

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  • 8. Architecture

    The Gothic Church of St. Michael with St. Paul was built in 1837 (construction began in 1835) by C.P. Manners. This the 4th church to occupy this site, which goes back to the times of the Romans....

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  • 9. Sally Lunn's House

    Built in 1482, Sally Lunns is the oldest house in Bath. It's a great little place to visit, downstairs there's a museum showing Sally Lunn in her kitchen cooking her famous buns and another exhibition...

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  • 10. Street Scenes

    During much of the 17th through 19th centuries a tax was levied on homes with more than a certain number of windows, six windows for time and later eight. To avoid paying the tax some homeowners...

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  • 11. Queens Square

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    Designed by John Wood, the Elder, during the Georgian times in the 18th Century. Wood lived in one of the square's houses with its Palladian architecture. The square's obelisk was erected by Beau Nash...

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  • 12. Costume Museum

    Formerly known as the Museum of Costume, the re-branded Fashion Museum continues to feature fashions from the 17th century to the modern day. Here you will find outer and under garments, shoes,...

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  • 13. BATH AND ITS HOUSES!

    Unusual heading you may say, Well yes it is!Having never been to England before, I had only seen how people live through Television shows. As we entered Bath, I...

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  • 14. PARADE GARDENS

    Parade Gardens are owned by the municipal Council, and have a small entry charge for non Bath resident's. They are a very good example of an English Victorian...

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  • 15. KING BLADUD PIG'S IN BATH

    I wondered, Who is King Bladud?HERE IS HIS STORY.........."It is 863BC., and Bladud, King of the Britons and father of the unfortunate King Lear has contracted...

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  • 16. Abbey Church Yard

    The Abbey Church Yard is a main square/area in Bath City Centre where you can listen to the buskers and witness the tourist crowds in their droves! It seems to...

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  • 17. Bath Theatre Royal

    The theatre was built and designed by George Dance in 1804 and opened in 1805. A fire destroyed the theatre in 1862 and a new theatre was built on the same site...

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  • 18. Royal Victoria Park

    Royal Victoria Park became a municipal park in 1829 where Bath residents subscribed to protect this green space from further development. The Park hasn't change...

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  • 19. Rebecca Fountain

    I came across this fountain of a life size girl pouring water and bearing the inscription 'Water is best'. This was erected by the Bath Temperance Association....

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  • 20. Parade Gardens

    Parade Gardens overlooks the River Avon in Bath City Centre and opened from April to September. It's a nice and chilled park to have a picnic or generally...

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  • 21. SHOPPING!

    Shopping in Bath, for souvenir's or for something different to what is different in your home Country?There are plenty of shop's to choose from.The one in my...

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  • 22. Thermae Bath Spa

    Bath boasts UK's only natural hot water spa springs (3 of them, pumping out over 1mln litres of water per day), which has made the city a health / spa resort as...

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  • 23. Thermae Bath Spa

    You can now experience yourself the natural thermal waters of Bath discovered by the Celts and Romans over 2000 years ago. The Thermae Bath Spa in the middle of...

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  • 24. Parade Gardens - A City Centre Oasis!

    Bath is well endowed with parks and public gardens and one of the best is the centrally-located Parade Gardens on the banks of the River Avon, just below...

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  • 25. Wells Cathedral

    A little over an hour’s bus ride from Bath is one of the most impressive cathedrals in England. This 13th century Gothic beauty features over 300 statues on the...

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