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#61 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Golf Courses
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#62 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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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#63 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Golf Courses
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#64 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Art Museums
Owner description: One of the largest galleries of contemporary art in Bath specializing in well-known British artists such as John Bellany,... more » Owner description: One of the largest galleries of contemporary art in Bath specializing in well-known British artists such as John Bellany, Nicola Bealing and Ray Richardson. « less
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#65 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Parks
This formal communal garden was created during Bath's expansion from 1792 to 1796.
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#66 of 90 attractions in Bath
Owner description: Compared to the Roman baths in this historic city, the Kennet & Avon Canal is a relative newcomer at just 200 years old.... more » Owner description: Compared to the Roman baths in this historic city, the Kennet & Avon Canal is a relative newcomer at just 200 years old. However, its gentle curves are the perfect complement to the formal elegance of Bath’s Georgian architecture, leading you on tranquil towpath walks out towards the Wiltshire Downs. « less
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#67 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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#68 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Architectural Buildings
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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#69 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Parks
Owner description: This city park was laid out from 1883 to 1889 on the site of Georgian housing, which was destroyed by land-slips twenty years... more » Owner description: This city park was laid out from 1883 to 1889 on the site of Georgian housing, which was destroyed by land-slips twenty years earlier. « less
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#70 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Educational Sites
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#71 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Ancient Ruins
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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#72 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Parks
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#73 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Art Galleries
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#74 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Golf Courses
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#75 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Parks
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#76 of 90 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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#77 of 90 attractions in Bath
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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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Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites
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: Art Galleries; Specialty Shops
Pick up a painting by a local contemporary artist from this well-known art gallery and shop.
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Owner description: Burdall's Yard is Bath Spa University's new venue for music and performing arts in the centre of Bath. Housed in the... more » Owner description: Burdall's Yard is Bath Spa University's new venue for music and performing arts in the centre of Bath. Housed in the wonderful stone vaults of a former brewery, Burdall's is busy during the day with Performing Arts classes for BSU students. In the evenings we host all manner of public events ranging from comedy to cabaret, music and exhibitions. « less
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Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
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Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
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Category: Religious Sites
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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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