There is so much to do in Bath, with so much to choose from, but these are just a selection of our ‘must do’ list! We have plenty more ideas.....
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Visit the heart of the World Heritage Site and marvel at Britain's only hot spring.
Regarded as the social heart of Bath, the Pump Room is the place for a full afternoon tea, and where hot Spa water is drawn for drinking.
An Anglican Parish Church in the heart of Bath. The Abbey began in 1499 and stands on the foundations of two previous churches. The tower tour is a must!
The Ball Room, Octagon, Tea Room and Card Room were used in the 18th century for dancing, music and card playing, tea drinking and conversation - stunning!
No 1 Royal Crescent
The magnificently restored and authentically furnished town house creates a wonderful picture of 18th century Bath.
For more details: www.visitbath.co.uk/site/things-to-do/attractions
The only place in the UK where you can bathe in natural warm waters.
Located in the heart of the city centre, The Recreation Ground always has a great buzz on match day!
Bath has a number of golf courses available for all abilities. Whether you’re a pro golfer or you’ve never picked up a golf club before there is a suitable course nearby.
Enjoy rowing along the River Avon or cruising along the Kennet & Avon Canal.
Hot Air Ballooning
Take to the skies from the impressive Royal Victoria Park and experience a bird’s eye view of Bath.
Bath Boating Station
For punting and rowing boats on the River Avon, you might be lucky to spot the kingfishers or our famous otter!
For more details: www.visitbath.co.uk/site/things-to-do/activities
Bath is a compact city and is best explored by foot.
The Mayors Guides Walking Tour
A free service provided daily (Sunday - Friday 10.30 & 14.00, Sat 10.30), tours leave from outside the entrance to the Pump Room. No need to book - just turn up!
Mad Max Tours is the friendly, fun and relaxed way to see the countryside around Bath. Day tour to Stonehenge, Avebury, Lacock and Castle Combe (£30) & half day tour to Stonehenge and Lacock (£15)
Mad Max Tours' sister company
A comic look at the sites and history of Bath. Tours leave at 8pm every evening from April - September.
Bath Skyline Walk
Bath's south-east skyline landscape, famed for its elevated views. Six miles of marked trails.
TOURS & SIGHTSEEING
Is a live entertainment venue in Bath offering a mixed programme of cabaret, music and comedy seven days a week.
The Theatre Royal
The main theatre in Bath is the Theatre Royal offering a year round programme of top-quality drama, opera, comedy, dance and frequent Sunday concerts. The Ustinov Theatre offers a more cutting edge programme of performances in Bath. For children, young people and their families there is the Egg Theatre.
ENTERTAINMENT & NIGHTLIFE
Guide to eating out in Bath
The Scallop Shell
Fish & chip shop and seafood grill, our great local restaurant, serving the very best seasonal fish and shellfish, at lunch and dinner. Open 12noon - 9.30pm Monday - Saturday Best to book!
Circus Restaurant and Cafe
Listed in Bath Life magazine as oneof the 150 reasons to love Bath -“Bath’s most sophisticated local restaurant, consistently excellent and well priced.”
A menu of modern British variety with plenty of twists on classic themes, all made from high quality ingredients, all this with a sunny walled garden and it is just round the corner!
The White Hart
Featuring homely dining rooms, a lively bar area and a gorgeous courtyard haven out back. Food is unpretentious but excellent...every time!
For some independent views and reviews: www.thepigguide.com