There are many attractions in Bath suitable for all tastes, below are just some of them we would recommend visiting during your stay.
We are very lucky to have this wonderful period theatre with first class programmes throughout the year.
ROMAN BATHS & PUMP ROOMS
Constructed by the Romans out of a steamy swamp, rebuilt by the Georgians and the Victorians. Unmissable for all and family friendly. Listen to the orchestra over a cup of tea in the Pump Room.
JANE AUSTIN CENTRE
Just off Queen Square, the mecca for Jane Austin lovers.
Built in the 10th century, right in the middle of Bath. Tower tours are available and there are frequent concerts to go to.
Beautiful, with shops and restaurants over the river. Completed by 1774.
One of the reasons Bath is a World Heritage City. No 1 Royal Crescent is as it was in Georgian times and is open to the public.
Another reason why Bath is a World Heritage City.
Just a little further to walk, past the Royal Crescent in Victoria Park
VICTORIA ART GALLERY
Permanent exhibits and frequent quality exhibitions.
Over Pulteney Bridge and at the end of the impressive Pulteney Street in a Georgian mansion. Interesting permanent exhibits including paintings by Gainsborough who lived in Bath. In Bishop’s Gardens behind you can watch the trains go by and marvel at the Victorian landscape architecture.
TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE
Very well run, will answer all your questions including how best to spend your time and how to get almost anywhere.