Positioning Bath as the UK’s top wellness and wellbeing destination, our Feel-Good Bath campaign ended on a high in mid-February, after ten days of events showcasing the city’s feel-good scene.
Joining forces with Meet Bristol Convention Bureau, Visit Bath welcomed six event planners to the city this January.
To support Feel-Good Bath, Visit Bath have collaborated with third-year students from Bath Spa University to produce eight short films for social media.
Throughout October, Visit Bath celebrated all things foodie with our Feast in Bath campaign. Visit Bath published an enhanced Food and Drink landing page featuring listings, foodie events, special offers and recommendations. Additionally, we launched an interactive map of eateries in the city, providing a one-stop source for residents and ...
In September, Visit Bath ran a campaign to celebrate the city’s heritage and promote its diverse range of attractions. Remarkable Bath exposed the fascinating stories behind extraordinary places and people throughout the city’s history, from its legendary beginnings to the present day.
Last Visit Bath launched an exciting new food-focused directory, which will be a one-stop source for residents and visitors looking for inspiration and information on eating and drinking in Bath.
As the trees begin to turn and the evenings draw in, summer already feels like a distant memory. However, having ended the season on a high with the results of our Unexpected Bath campaign, we thought we’d look back at some highlights.
Visit Bath has launched an exciting new campaign, Remarkable Bath. Designed to showcase everything that makes Bath a UNESCO World Heritage site, Remarkable Bath seeks to inspire visitors to extend their stay, explore more and uncover lesser-known stories about the city’s impressive landmarks and attractions.
Visit Bath have released an exciting new film which showcases the city in a new and surprising light.
In recent months, our members have enjoyed some fantastic events. These have included exclusive familiarisation trips to a variety of local attractions, including The Holburne Museum, Roman Baths, Iford Manor, Cleveland Pools and the new Century Casino Bath.
Following the recent appointment of Craig Jenkins as Executive Chairman of Visit Bath, we get to know a little more about what this Bath-based businessman has planned for the company.
Last week we were thrilled to read Fred Mawer’s fantastic article for the Telegraph online. Tying in with Unexpected Bath, the piece picks out ten more unusual reasons to visit the city this summer and recommends several of our members including Swoon Gelato, Original Wild and Bath on the ...