Things to do in Bath

Museums

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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American Museum Bath

The American Museum in Britain

The American Museum in Britain has a little of something to entertain everyone. Located in the historical city of Bath, this museum offers a unique look into the lives of Americans, from the early settlers right through to 20th century life. This museum is the only museum outside
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prior park

Prior Park Bath

For visitors looking for things to do in Bath, Prior Park holds great promise. With its unique history, notable landscape and architectural features, wildlife, and amenities, the park, located on Ralph Allen Drive, is a premiere destination for visitors of all ages and across all
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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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The Holburne Museum, Bath

The Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum of Art houses one of the finest collections of 18th century paintings and porcelain in Southwest England. Located in the Sydney Pleasure Gardens of Bath, Somerset, the museum is open 361 days of the year, with bargain admissions for visitors in every age
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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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