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Home of stunning architecture

Home of stunning architecture

Take a walk along the beautiful Pulteney Bridge and enjoy the scenic view

Bath Attractions

What are you looking to do on your visit? Whether it’s explore, eat, shop, learn, relax or get active, Bath attractions offer something for everyone.

If you want to unwind and enjoy some pamper time, how about a spa session in the natural thermal waters at Thermae Bath Spa?

You can also explore the history behind the city’s spa culture by discovering the 2,000 year old Roman Baths, filled with ancient mystical artefacts and thermal water that still steams today.

There’s plenty of Bath attractions for families and kids to enjoy too, from outdoor adventures at Longleat and Stonehenge to performances at the egg theatre or a tour of the spooky caves of Wookey Hole.

Whatever you do, don't miss taking in some (or all!) of Bath’s many iconic sights: marvel at the magnificent Royal Crescent, The Circus, Pulteney Bridge and Bath Abbey and see all of those picture-perfect postcard attractions in Bath come to life.

The city’s many museums and art galleries provide a rich and fascinating insight into fashion through the ages, including the Georgian era in Bath, the life and times of Jane Austen, 19th century astronomer William Herschel, Bath's industrial heritage and much, much more.

Visiting during the summer months? Make the most of the warm weather and soak up the sunshine in one of Bath’s beautiful parks or gardens with a picnic or stroll around a crescent, deer park, skyline walk or botanical gardens, all with stunning views.

If you’re visiting in the winter months don’t miss the annual Christmas Market, one of the most renowned attractions in Bath that sees the city centre transformed into a magical festive wonderland. The smell of spiced mulled wine and sound of carol singers is guaranteed to get anyone in the festive mood!

If you would like more information on any of our Bath attractions, why not request your very own copy of our Visitor Guide?

Our Visitor Guide has been designed to be cram-packed full of ideas on everything from the best accommodation (including our range of amazing hotels, B&B's and self catering apartments) to the best things to do, our whats on calendar, a guide to the best restaurants and pubs along with our line-up of festivals and amazing nightlife scene.

Also, you will find a comprehensive map, a guide to parking in and around the city centre along with and travel information including information on the local bus and train stations.

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Hartley Farm Summer Fayre

Hartley Farm Summer Fayre

31 August 2014: Come and join us at Hartley Farm Shop and Café for a relaxed day with family and...

A Life in Fashion at the Fashion Museum

A Life in Fashion at the Fashion Museum

25 Jan 2014 - 1 Jan 2015:Outfits worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, will be the centrepiece of a new...

Vintage & Antiques Sunday Markets (BathVA)

Vintage & Antiques Sunday Markets (BathVA)

Last Sunday of each month: Purchase an old or unique object at Bath's Vintage and Antiques Market.