Things to do in Bath

History

Sally lunn's house Sign

Sally Lunns House

Sally Lunn’s House is one of the oldest and richest historic sites in Bath. It is also known for amazing food, tea, and a great place to enjoy history and a meal. No matter where someone may be traveling from, to go there and get a famous bun is certainly one of the things
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Guildhall in Bath

The Guildhall

It’s no secret that there are plenty of things to do in Bath if you are visiting there. From stunning gardens to a wide range of historical museums and buildings, there is a little of something to cater for everyone. The Guildhall in Bath is no exception. Dating back as far as
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The Jane Austen Centre

The Jane Austen Centre

Jane Austen was notably Bath’s most famous citizen. This English novelist was born in Bath and lived at several residences there until her death in 1817. The Jane Austen Centre is dedicated to preserving the works and memory of this historic citizen. Who was Jane Austen? A
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lacock Abbey

Lacock Abbey

Founded in the early 13th Century by the Countess of Salisbury, the historical site of Lacock Abbey is known for its beautiful buildings as well as the fact that it was the site where William Henry Fox Talbot created the very first photographic negative in 1835. It was also here
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Bath Assembly Rooms

Bath Assembly Rooms

For connoisseurs of culture and history, one of the most important things to do in Bath is to visit the iconic Assembly Rooms. Owned by the National Trust and protected by English Heritage, the Bath Assembly Rooms are one of the country’s prime visitor attractions. History The
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The Fashion Museum and Assembly Rooms

The Fashion Museum and Assembly Rooms

Located in the Assembly Rooms in Bath’s Upper Town, this museum caters for both individuals as well as families with children. The Fashion Museum has a little of something for everyone who is interested in seeing various displays of clothing from bygone eras to modern day
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Number One Royal Crescent Bath

Number One Royal Crescent Bath

Imagine being able to step back into time and see what it was truly like as an English aristocrat in the 18th century. Like something from a Jane Austen novel, the UK has preserved one of the most beautiful and enchanting examples of Georgian architecture in the Number One Royal
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Pulteney Bridge Bath

the Pulteney Bridge

Linking the banks of the River Avon in Bath, England stands the Pulteney Bridge. The bridge has stood for almost 240 years and is a landmark listed by English Heritage as a site of historic interest. Visitors to Bath and the historic bridge have a chance to appreciate the rich
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The Roman Baths

The Roman baths

The Roman baths may not be the first thing to come to mind when thinking of taking a vacation or holiday. It is not a place filled with modern technology, but it is filled with ancient wonder and a great place for people of all ages to visit when looking for things to do in Bath.
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Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey, also known as the Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, is a very well-known attraction that is located in Somerset, England. More than 350,000 tourists visit Bath every year to see the architecture, experience the history and find peaceful bliss in a world
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