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Things to do in Bath

History Museum
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See how ancient Romans bathed at The Roman Baths. Hot springs have bubbled up in Bath since time immemorial, and the Romans began developing
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Spa
Spas , Bath
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Religious Site
Bath Abbey , Bath
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Experience the rich history of Bath Abbey, one of England’s last grand medieval churches. Begun in 1499, the abbey was designed with a crucif
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
This is a fantastic opportunity to be introduced to the World Heritage City of Bath by the UK's only qualified tourist guides. They are the internationally respected Blue Badge registered / fully insured / Institute of Tourist Guiding qualified guides. They will ensure you take away a full understanding of Bath, and show you the must-see highlights. The walking tour will be enjoyable, informative, interesting, entertaining, and historically correct!
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Wildlife Area
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West of England Falconry Ltd's charitable activities are funded by the proceeds of Hawk Walks, Owl Encounters and Open Days plus public donat
Tours from $197
Specialty Museum
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Visit The Jane Austen Centre to learn how the historic city of Bath influenced the famous author and her writing. When you first enter the si
Tours from $6

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Bath

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World heritage site · History Museums · Architectural Buildings
Although this small city has been a popular spa destination since ancient times, there are other interesting things to do in Bath that don't involve visiting its World Heritage-listed Roman Baths. A walking tour is a good way to gain an introduction into the city highlights, such as Bath Abbey, one of England's last grand medieval churches, and The Circus, a fine example of Georgian architecture. Fashionmongers will love trying on Victorian costumes at Fashion Museum Bath, which also offers various activities for families with children. For retail therapy, check out the shops lining both sides of Pulteney Bridge, an elegant 18th-century structure.

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Where to stay in Bath

A quintessential British town filled with quaint teashops and riverside promenades, Bath is packed with a variety of hotels suitable for a range of travel budgets. For a leisurely experience of this ancient spa destination, consider staying at a stylish B&B, where you can enjoy a private room and a hearty breakfast. To enjoy that feel of home-away-from-home and indulge in some
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