Explore the Historic Roman Baths established between the first and fifth centuries AD. These historic remains are remarkably complete and among the finest in Europe.
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Guide to attractions in Bath
We have curated some of the most popular tourist attractions in Bath.
See the Bath Aqua Glass skilled glassblowers at work as they produce our ranges of handmade glassware inspired by the Roman and Georgian heritage of the city.
Komedia is a multi award winning venue presenting the very best in live comedy, music and cinema.
Discover two thousand years of work in the historic city of Bath!
Come to the city during any month and you’ll find something exciting taking place.
Bath has played a vital role in the development of communications, and improving the British postal service. It can thus boast many "firsts" as you will discover when you visit this fascinating museum.
The Tower is now home to a museum collection displaying furniture originally made for the Tower, alongside paintings, prints and objects illustrating William Beckford’s life as a writer, collector and patron of the arts.
This unique collection interprets the rich architectural history of Bath and the people who transformed a provincial town into the world famous Georgian Spa.
Experience Bath offers tailor-made visits to Bath: private walking tours with guides in both plain clothes and period costume; private car/minibus tours out to the destination of your choice; horse-drawn carriage tours, bike tours, cookery classes plus other unique activities; special interest tours; customised itineraries generally.
19 New King Street is the Astronomers’ House, the site where William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus in March 1781.
No.1 Royal Crescent, Bath (Grade I) was built to the designs of John Wood the Younger in 1767 – 1774 as the first house in the Royal Crescent. Today it is a museum open to the public seven days a week giving you a real insight to the Crescent in its former glory.