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Ranked #1 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
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Category: Ancient Ruins; Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Museums; History Museums; Specialty Museums
Hidden beneath the present city of Bath lies the stone remains of one of the finest religious spas of the ancient world.
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Ranked #2 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #3 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Begun in 1499 by Bishop King, this is England's last great medieval church, dissolved in 1539 and now serving as a parish... more » Owner description: Begun in 1499 by Bishop King, this is England's last great medieval church, dissolved in 1539 and now serving as a parish church. « less
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Ranked #4 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #5 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Bridges; Flea/ Street Markets
Owner description: One of only three bridges in the world lined with shops, this exquisite 18th-century bridge is one of the most admired... more » Owner description: One of only three bridges in the world lined with shops, this exquisite 18th-century bridge is one of the most admired structures in Bath. « less
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Ranked #6 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
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Ranked #7 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
Owner description: Designed by John Wood II (1767-75), the Royal Crescent is comprised of thirty houses, shaped like a half-Colosseum, which... more » Owner description: Designed by John Wood II (1767-75), the Royal Crescent is comprised of thirty houses, shaped like a half-Colosseum, which uses a gigantic series of Ionic columns on high bases. « less
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Ranked #8 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Historic Sites; Museums; History Museums; Specialty Museums
Owner description: Located in the home of William Herschel and his sister, this museum is dedicated to the many achievements of the Herschels,... more » Owner description: Located in the home of William Herschel and his sister, this museum is dedicated to the many achievements of the Herschels, who were noted astronomers and talented musicians during the 18th century. « less
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Ranked #9 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Castles; Landmarks
Owner description: Home to the Hungerford lords and the site of their many battles during the Middle Ages, this castle features a magnificent... more » Owner description: Home to the Hungerford lords and the site of their many battles during the Middle Ages, this castle features a magnificent 14th-centuiry chapel of St. Leonard that houses the tombs of past generations, rare medieval wall paintings, and a spooky crypt of lead "death masks." « less
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Ranked #10 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: History Museums; Landmarks/ Points of Interest

The oldest house in Bath (c.1482) is also a multi award-winning air-conditioned eatery right in the centre of the oldest part of central Bath . Described as ‘delicious’ by The... more »

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Ranked #11 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #12 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Designed by John Wood II in 1769, these stately and ornate public rooms were used for evening "soirees" during the 18th... more » Owner description: Designed by John Wood II in 1769, these stately and ornate public rooms were used for evening "soirees" during the 18th century, for dancing, music, card-playing and tea-drinking. Today the Assembly Rooms may be hired for a range of events such as weddings, dinners, conferences, meetings,exhibitions, concerts and parties. The world renowned Fashion Museum is situated on the lower ground floor and is open 363 days a year. « less
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Ranked #13 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Farms; Landmarks
Owner description: Bath City Farm is one of the must-visit places in the South West. A working farm with spectacular views across the city with... more » Owner description: Bath City Farm is one of the must-visit places in the South West. A working farm with spectacular views across the city with a Trough Cafe and selection of activities and Fort play area to keep the children entertained. « less
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Ranked #14 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #15 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Sports Complexes; Landmarks
Owner description: Established in 1865, Bath Rugby is one of the oldest and most prestigious rugby clubs in the world. The Recreation Ground, or... more » Owner description: Established in 1865, Bath Rugby is one of the oldest and most prestigious rugby clubs in the world. The Recreation Ground, or 'Rec' is one of the most idyllic rugby grounds in the country. It nestles next to the River Avon, under the shadow of both the Bath Abbey and Great Pulteney Street, a Georgian masterpiece. « less
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Ranked #16 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Historic street in Bath that is lined with charming shops and restaurants.
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Ranked #17 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Educational Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #18 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
Owner description: Considered one of the finest examples of Adam-style interiors in England, this civic building was designed in 1776 by Thomas... more » Owner description: Considered one of the finest examples of Adam-style interiors in England, this civic building was designed in 1776 by Thomas Baldwin, which today serves as Bath's town hall. « less
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Ranked #19 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Ships; Landmarks
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Ranked #20 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #21 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #22 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
Built by local architect John Wood in the 18th century, this is the first example of Georgian architecture in Bath, England.
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Ranked #23 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Castles; Landmarks
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Ranked #24 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Landmarks
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Ranked #25 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: Construction of this hospital began in 1737, which heralded a new period of faith and scientific belief in the healing... more » Owner description: Construction of this hospital began in 1737, which heralded a new period of faith and scientific belief in the healing properties of Bath's mineral waters.VISIT THE ‘MIN’ MUSEUM OF HISTORYThe Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath houses a museum showcasing its medical history, art and artefacts in relation to its importance to Bath’s history since establishment in 1738. ‘Beau’ Nash, John Wood the Elder, William Hoare and Ralph Allen are amongst the historical figures with ties to the hospital.The Lecture HallRNHRDUpper Borough WallsBath, BA1 1RLOpen every Monday from 2-4pm or by appointment « less
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Ranked #26 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Ancient Ruins; Landmarks
Owner description: Along with the Roman Baths, this Corinthian-style temple, which held altars, monuments and other pediments, once occupied the... more » Owner description: Along with the Roman Baths, this Corinthian-style temple, which held altars, monuments and other pediments, once occupied the main portion of the walled town of Bath. « less
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Ranked #27 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: An 18th-century reminder of the age-old problem of finding a cab is at this historic site, which provided shelter for... more » Owner description: An 18th-century reminder of the age-old problem of finding a cab is at this historic site, which provided shelter for customers waiting for sedan chair carriers, the Georgian equivalent of taxi drivers. « less
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Ranked #28 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
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Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Built between 1754-58 and designed by John Wood the Elder, this is one of the best examples of classical urban architecture... more » Owner description: Built between 1754-58 and designed by John Wood the Elder, this is one of the best examples of classical urban architecture in Britain, which resembles the Colosseum in Rome with its successive tiers of Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns. « less
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Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: Author Jane Austen lived at this location for three years, where she wrote some of her novels that vividly describe... more » Owner description: Author Jane Austen lived at this location for three years, where she wrote some of her novels that vividly describe fashionable life in Bath during the early 19th century. « less
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