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Ranked #31 of 92 attractions in Bath
Owner description: Private day tour guide service of the City of Bath and the Cotswold region of England with emphasis on the rich architectural... more » Owner description: Private day tour guide service of the City of Bath and the Cotswold region of England with emphasis on the rich architectural history. « less
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Ranked #32 of 92 attractions in Bath
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Ranked #33 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Historic Sites; Architectural Buildings
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 #34 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: History Museums
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Ranked #35 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: History Museums
Owner description: This unique collection interprets the rich architectural history of Bath and the men who transformed a provincial town into... more » Owner description: This unique collection interprets the rich architectural history of Bath and the men who transformed a provincial town into the world famous Georgian Spa. It demonstrates how classical design influenced the buildings and illustrates the construction of a house from the cellars to the rafters. Based in the Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel, the building is also home to the Bath Model, a fully detailed architectural model of the historic city centre, giving a unique insight into the layout of the Georgian City. « less
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Ranked #36 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Art Museums
Owner description: The mysteries and beauty of the Eastern world are preserved and artfully displayed in this Georgian house, which houses a... more » Owner description: The mysteries and beauty of the Eastern world are preserved and artfully displayed in this Georgian house, which houses a collection of Oriental Art and Treasures dating from 5000 BC up to the present day. « less
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Ranked #37 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Historic Sites
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Ranked #38 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #39 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Specialty Museums
Owner description: Travel a timeline to follow the history of the British Postal System through exhibits and displays on the history of the Mail... more » Owner description: Travel a timeline to follow the history of the British Postal System through exhibits and displays on the history of the Mail Coach, air transport and airmail, military mail, sea mail and railways. « less
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Ranked #40 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Sports Complexes
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 #41 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Mountains
Believed to be the site of King Arthur's decisive victory, Battle of Mt. Badon, this high hill overlooks scenic Bath.
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Ranked #42 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Historic street in Bath that is lined with charming shops and restaurants.
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Ranked #43 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: History Museums; Museums; Specialty Shops

The Jane Austen Centre offers you a snapshot of life during Regency times and explores how living in this magnificent city affected Jane Austen’s life and writing.   Your visit... more »

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Ranked #44 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Museums
Owner description: Built in 1827 for the wealthy eccentric and write William Beckford, this tower served as his retreat and a storehouse for his... more » Owner description: Built in 1827 for the wealthy eccentric and write William Beckford, this tower served as his retreat and a storehouse for his rare art and book collections. « less
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Ranked #45 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Museums
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Ranked #46 of 92 attractions in Bath
Owner description: Komedia Bath operates in the beautiful former Beau Nash picture house, a grade one listed building on Westgate Street. Since... more » Owner description: Komedia Bath operates in the beautiful former Beau Nash picture house, a grade one listed building on Westgate Street. Since opening in 2008 it has become an important element of the arts quarter in Bath and presents a large and diverse programme focused on comedy, music and film, and extending to cabaret, spoken word and kids events. Cornerstones of the programme include the all conquering Saturday night Krater Comedy Club, the monthly Ministry of Burlesque’s High Tease, together with daily cinema screenings in partnership with The Little Cinema Theatre and Picturehouse. The venue has become a feature on the comedy touring circuit, hosting acts such as Russell Howard, Ross Noble, Jenny Éclair, The Boy With Tape on His Face and many others. Music shows have constantly increased in profile since opening with a wide range of genres attracted to the Komedia Bath including The Feeling, Kate Nash, Ronnie Size, Ruby Turner, The Levellers, Ash, Bellowhead, Clare Teal, Candi Staton, Noah and the Whale, Dry the River, Fink, Frank Turner and Chase & Status.The venue boasts a 615 standing capacity and a 456 cabaret seated capacity which includes a balcony seating 168 people. Komedia Bath also operates a daytime Arts Café, offering the only menus in Bath that are accredited to the Soil Association Gold Standard. The Arts Café is host to VIP customers at the weekend and on weeknights often operates as a studio venue, with the regular Komedia open mic nights for aspiring performers. The Arts Café also displays local artists work and is host to regular Affordable Arts Fairs. The project to develop the Beau Nash to host Komedia Bath won The Building Excellence Award for The Best Renovation of a Listed Building in the UK. Since opening the Komedia Bath has also won The Chortle Award for Best Venue in the West of England, cementing the venues position at the top tier of venues in the UK. « less
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Ranked #47 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings
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 #48 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Parks
This city park was laid out in 1887 and today serves as an oasis of calm from the hustle and bustle of downtown Bath.
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Ranked #49 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: History Museums
Owner description: Located in Bath Abbey, England's last great medieval church, these vaults trace the thousand-year history of the structure... more » Owner description: Located in Bath Abbey, England's last great medieval church, these vaults trace the thousand-year history of the structure featuring Saxon and Normal sculptures, a reconstruction of the medieval Abbey and displays of the Abbey Silver. « less
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Ranked #50 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Movie Theaters
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Ranked #51 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Educational Sites
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Ranked #52 of 92 attractions in Bath
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Ranked #53 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Gardens
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Ranked #54 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Gardens
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Ranked #55 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Parks
This scenic park spreads over eight acres of landscaped grounds, which offers a children's play area, tennis courts and café.
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Ranked #56 of 92 attractions in Bath
Owner description: The Rondo is an intimate performance venue in Larkhall, approximately a 10 minute drive from the city centre. As one of the... more » Owner description: The Rondo is an intimate performance venue in Larkhall, approximately a 10 minute drive from the city centre. As one of the leading UK Fringe venues we showcase the highest quality of work, including everything from Professional Theatre to Music and Comedy. « less
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Ranked #57 of 92 attractions in Bath
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
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Ranked #58 of 92 attractions in Bath
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Ranked #59 of 92 attractions in Bath
Owner description: The spectacular Dundas Aqueduct on the Kennet & Avon Canal is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. That means it’s as important as... more » Owner description: The spectacular Dundas Aqueduct on the Kennet & Avon Canal is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. That means it’s as important as Stonehenge! « less
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Ranked #60 of 92 attractions in Bath
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