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Bath Attractions

Bath and the surrounding area is brimming with things to see and do. Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Bath presents some of the finest architectural sights in Europe such as the Royal Crescent, the Circus and Pulteney Bridge alongside a diverse collection of museums and attractions including the Roman Baths, Jane Austen Centre and Thermae Bath Spa. Bath's compact city centre offers irresistible shopping and there are plenty of activities to enjoy in the surrounding area.

 
Thermae Bath Spa

Thermae Bath Spa

In the stunning New Royal Bath, the fusion of glass, stone, light and water creates a special environment in which to enjoy a 2-hour, 4-hour or full-day spa session. Here, you can relax in two spectacular baths, fed by the natural thermal waters and refresh yourself in a series of aromatic steam rooms. We do not take bookings for spa sessions in advance unless you are a group of 8+ or having a spa treatment. Children under 16 are not permitted in the New Royal Bath. Included in a 2-hour, 4-hour or Full Day spa session in the New Royal Bath is access to the: Minerva Bath This is the largest of the thermal baths. The massage jet, whirlpool and 'lazy river' operate on a timed cycle. Open-air rooftop pool By day and by night, the views over the City and surrounding hills are superb. The air seats and neck massage jet work on a cycle.

Hotels near Thermae Bath Spa
University of Bath City Centre Campus from £123.00
SACO Bath - St James Parade4 starfrom £108.00
The Gainsborough Bath Spa5 starfrom £242.25
Three Abbey Green4 starfrom £110.00
The Griffin Inn4 starfrom £59.00
 
Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge is extremely rare example of a bridge lined with shops on both sides. The bridge was financed by William Pulteney, whose wife had inherited rural Bathwick on the other side of the river Avon. William could see the potential and employed the famous architect Robert Adam. The bridge is lined with shops, restaurants and tea rooms.

Hotels near Pulteney Bridge
Bath Holiday Suites from £185.00
St Christopher's Inn Bath from £10.39
Henrietta House4 starfrom £85.00
Hilton Bath City4 starfrom £96.75
Redcar Hotel from £50.00
 
Sally Lunns restaurant

Sally Lunns restaurant

Sally Lunn arrived in England over 300 years ago, she baked a rich round bread known as the Sally Lunn Bun. The bun was the perfect accompaniment for sweet and savory fillings. The building is also one of Baths oldest, you can visit the museum in the basement and see the foundations of the Roman and medieval periods.

Hotels near Sally Lunns restaurant
Abbey Hotel4 starfrom £85.00
Three Abbey Green4 starfrom £110.00
Berdoulat and Breakfast from £150.00
Bath Backpackers Hostel from £17.75
Parade Park from £47.20
 
Holburne Museum of Art

Holburne Museum of Art

Holburne Museum of Art was founded to display the collection of Sir William Holburne, a sailor who spent much of his retirement in Bath. See porcelin, glass, furniture and a famous Italian bronze 'Kneeling Venus' once owned by Louis XIV and paintings by Turner, Gainsborough and Stubbs.

Hotels near Holburne Museum of Art
Bath Boutique Stays4 starfrom £149.00
Jane Austen's Luxury Apartments4 starfrom £119.00
Queen Charlottes Orangery4 starfrom £127.00
Great Pulteney Street from £80.00
The County Hotel Bath4 starfrom £115.00
 

Other Attraction near Bath

  • Farleigh Hungerford Castle - Nr Bath. Farleigh Hungerford Castle was began in the late 14th century by Sir Thomas Hungerford. The castle now consists two huge ruined towers and a beautiful chapel. This romantic spot also has a spine chilling history of beheadings, murder and witchcraft.
  • The Jane Austen Centre - The Jane Austen Centre is an exhibition telling the story of her life and particularly her life in Bath. Jane Austen lived in Bath and set two of her novels in the city - Northhanger Abbey and Persuasion. Jane Austen was born in 1775, one of eight children. Her six novels remain popular throughout the world. Her timeless classic offer an insight into human nature.
  • The Museum of Costume and Assembly rooms - The museum is housed in the Assembly rooms completed in 1771. The building is one Bath's finest and houses one of the finest collections of fashionable dress in this country - from the 17th century to Jean Paul Gaultier.