It is essential to stroll around the splendid Georgian architecture of this world heritage city, and absorb the extraordinary delights of the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Great Pulteney Street, and the famous Pulteney Bridge with the nearby weir.

Bath has a rich array of Museums and Gaileries:

Roman Baths and Pump Room. Abbey Churchyard.
The Roman Bathing establishment with its magnificent Temple and Baths which flourished in Aquae Sulis between the first and fifth Centuries AD, and the extensive remains which still flow with natural hot water.

Thermae Spa
Pamper yourself and do as the Romans did in this spectular Spa, with its open pool on the roof- top, looking over Bath. It is possible to bathe in the evenings, using the Twilight Package.

Museum of Costume and Assembly Rooms
400 years of fashion told through nearly 200 fully dressed figures and 1,000 other items, illustrating changing styles from the late 16C to the present day.

The Jane Austen Centre
See exhibits that explore Jane’s life in Bath, her family, places of residence and Bath Society.

Number 1. Royal Crescent
Number 1 was the first house to be built in John Wood’s masterpiece of Palladian design. The magnificently restored town-house creates a wonderfully vital picture of fashionable life in 18th century Bath.

Museum of Bath at Work
An interesting insight into Bath’s commercial and industrial heritage. The story of the City’s social history over the last 200 years.

Building of Bath Museum
This unique collection interprets the rich Architecture of Bath and the men who transformed a provincial town into a World Famous Georgian Spa.

Victoria Art Gallery
The Gallery is housed in the Guildhall, and boasts work by Gainsborough, Sickert and Turner.

Free Guided City Walks
These informative and humourous FREE Guided Walks are provided by The Mayor of Bath’s Honarary Guides, and leave twice daily from outside of the Pump Room.

Open Top Bus Tours
Frequent tours around the City and the City’s surrounding countryside.

Regular Festivals are held throughout the Year – Literature, Music, Film and Shakespeare.

The famous, popular, CHRISTMAS MARKET runs for 15 days at the end of November through to the first week of December.

To fill your evenings we have the fabulous 18C Theatre Royal showing top class DRAMA, BALLET and OPERA.

BIZZARE BATH EVENING WALKS takes you on a humourous tour around Bath.

ROMAN BATHS are open in the Summer Evenings until 10p.m. Very atmospheric as dusk descends, and often very quiet as most visitors have left!