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Explore the City

Day 1:

Start your day with a walking or bus tour of Bath to learn about the city's fascinating history and see world famous sights including the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge.

After stopping for lunch in the Pump Room, head across the Abbey Churchyard to Bath Abbey and explore the medieval church that towers over the city centre.

Enjoy a relaxing end to your day at Thermae Bath Spa - Britain's most remarkable Spa - where you can bathe in the naturally warm, mineral-rich waters, the Cross Bath is ideal for small groups.

Day 2:

First stop of the day is a visit to the world famous Roman Baths where you can walk where the Roman’s walked on the ancient stone pavements.  

After learning about Bath’s Roman history stroll the short distance to the Jane Austen Centre, a museum dedicated to Bath's most famous resident. During your visit enjoy a light lunch or Fashion Museumtea and homemade cakes at the Regency Tea Rooms.

In the afternoon visit No. 1 Royal Crescent and experience fashionable 18th century living by exploring this impressive house, followed by a visit to the Fashion Museum to see a collection of outfits from the 18th century to the present day.

For an entertaining evening choose between the Theatre Royal or laugh out loud at Komedia - a cabaret and comedy venue.

Day 3:

Spend the morning discovering the excellent selection of small independent shops and stylish boutiques alongside big name stores. Stroll up Milsom Street (voted 'Britain's Best Fashion Street' ) or Walcot Street, Bath’s Artisan Quarter, which is filled with a vibrant selection of independent craft and curio shops.Sally Lunns

For lunch try the famous Sally Lunn Bun at Sally Lunn's Refreshment House - one of the oldest houses in Bath.

Finish the day with a visit to the Holburne Museum. The museum displays the personal collection of Sir William Holburne as well as landscapes by Guardi and Turner and outstanding portraits by Stubbs, Ramsay, Raeburn, Zoffany and Bath's own artists Thomas Gainsborough, William Hoare and the Barkers of Bath.


For further advice and expert suggestions on Things to do in Bath call the Bath Tourist Information Centre on:

UK callers - 0906 711 2000 (50p / min)
Overseas callers - +44 844 847 5257

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