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Things To Do in Bath
Bath’s beautiful architecture, iconic sights and fascinating history have attracted visitors on city breaks for hundreds of years.
Alongside some of the finest architectural sights in Europe and a diverse collection of fascinating museums, Bath is full of unusual and exciting things to do.
Take to the skies in the basket of a hot air balloon; grab a front row seat at a live concert or comedy gig; enjoy family days out; hurtle through the countryside on an on or off-road biking adventure; learn how to make your own accessories and even underwear at The Makery; delve into the regency era with a raft of Georgian and Jane Austen related events and experiences; tackle the sheer rock face and try climbing Cheddar Gorge; hire a boat for the day and explore Bath from the water... or just jump straight in at a wild swimming spot!
Explore Bath – we guarantee your city break in Bath won’t be forgotten for a very long time.
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There's so much to do in Bath you'll wish you could stay for longer!
Bath is packed full of different attractions with something to suit all tastes
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Not here for long? You can still experience the best of Bath!
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Find something to do that'll keep the whole family entertained
With it's relaxing spa culture, great shopping offer and lively nightlife, the city is a popular destination for hen dos
Bath is the only UK destination to have the whole city designated a World Heritage site
Celebrating 300 years of Georgian Bath.