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#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Marshfield
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Castle Combe Circuit Castle Combe 0.6 mi away
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Castle Combe
This is my favourite Race Circuit in the country because the Racing is always so action packed and there is plenty for everyone, including ice cream vans dotted around the track along with catering vans that are h...
Visited for a Lotus Driving Experience which was a birthday present and it was just fabulous!
Dyrham Park Dyrham 2.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Dyrham
Beautiful house catch a bus from car park or a beautiful walk down to the house beautiful church can be entered by the garden of house House is set in beautiful grounds And look out for the deer In the spring look...
... we met at 11am and walked through the beautiful deer park grassland, approx 90 acres of rolling countryside that overlooks the outskirts of Bristol, absoloutely fantastic scenery and views from here, although ...
The Roman Baths Bath 6.0 mi away
#1 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Amazing amazing amazing Wonderful to see history Easy to get around Very interesting You even get to drink the water Loved every minute Well done bath
Easy to find, easy to find your way around once you get inside, great audio for self tour, staff were really friendly and helpful, beautiful setting, very informative and just overall a great place to visit for al...
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Castle Combe Village Castle Combe 4.4 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Castle Combe
Beautiful, peaceful, amazing ... everything you wish to see in English countryside .. a blessed break from hustle and bustle of everyday city life.. loved the tree covered roads, little houses, people.. wish could...
Beautiful little picturesque small village, really worth going to see, went into hotel and lovely gardens too,can have afternoon tea in huge hotel .. One of the prettiest villages we went to while we toured around...
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Bath Skyline Bath 5.7 mi away
#2 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
This was a really lovely walk with varied landscapes (woodlands, meadows and fields), very little road walking and the majority of the route suitable for dogs off leads - just watch out for cows in a couple of the...
Visited Bath for 48hrs, beautiful sunny day, lovely 3.5hour walk with equal measures of strenuous and leisurely patches, beautiful views and lovely countryside on the city's door step!
St. Andrew's Church Castle Combe 4.3 mi away
#3 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Castle Combe
The church itself is a beautiful piece of living history, you can leave your prayers on a card or in the sort of exercise book there, write a thank-you note... Worth visiting to get the sense of Spirit there.
Lovely Stained Glass and wonderful old clock, a real sense of history several memorial plaques on the walls, many dying extremely young, we realised just how lucky we are to enjoy all the benefits that we do
Pulteney Bridge Bath 5.9 mi away
#4 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
It is the start of Great Pulteney Street, which leads to the Bathwick Estate which is amazing and has formed the backdrop to many period series and films with its gorgeous Georgian architecture.
It was a lovely sunny day and we enjoyed a boat trip up to the old gunpowder mills with commentry, it was very informative and easy to listen to, enjoyed looking at the houses and gardens and we were lucky enough...
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Bath Abbey Bath 6.0 mi away
#3 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
This Abbey was breathtaking!! visiting the city of bath was my favorite part of our European honeymoon this place was gorgeous and I highly recommend visiting the Abbey the architecture is gorgeous with so many de...
The guided tower tour was absolutely fantastic and a great bargain at only £8pp, our guide Connor was absolutely fantastic and has really made our trip special, he is an absolute natural and has a great sense of h...
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Royal Crescent Bath 5.7 mi away
#7 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
It was a glorious english spring day, my sister and I enjoyed the pleasant stroll through the parklands, many people picnicking and sunning themselves, with this glorious architecture in the background we quite fe...
We visited Bath as a day trip and wasn’t disappointed a must is to visit the bath spa amazing also take a look at the amazing Royal Crescent set in a beautiful location just above Bath city centre well worth a vis...
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The Circus Bath 5.7 mi away
#8 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
The architecture is fabulous and if the shutters are open you get a wonderful insight into how these properties, mostly apartments now, are furnished to compliment the architectural style.
... with imagination you could visualise Jane Austin’s characters walking along the street and taking a stroll into Bath, which I believe sometimes happens with members of the Jane Austin Society, what a sight to ...
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Great Pulteney Street Bath 5.7 mi away
#10 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
The route north takes you up to Sydneys Gardens which is also worth a look around and you can do the canal walk back around past various locks, returning up to the Pulteney Bridge which was a lovely scenic quiet r...
Take a stroll along and imagine yourself promenading in the days of Jane Austen, it's easy to cast your mind back when immersed in such fine period architecture.
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Bath Street Bath 6.0 mi away
#6 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Glorious architecture, 1000's of years of history, beautiful parks and gardens, the river shopping and numerous bars and places to eat.
Had a wonder round while in Bath Beautiful architecture and steeped in history Appears to always have something going on and lots of quirky shops too
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Assembly Rooms Bath 5.7 mi away
#12 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
We visited here as I read the novels they feature in so wanted to see them, very spectacular decor, you can envisage ballroom dancing in beautiful dresses, free entry and a fashion museum downstairs also, after ou...
The current display in the Fashion Museum of the history of fashion in 100 objects is well worth a visit and the Royal Ladies fashion section within it is also very worthwhile.
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Milsom Street Bath 5.8 mi away
#11 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
... whole of the country, by the way), but my trip to Bath last week was made most memorable by some the buskers who perform here, notably, a wonderful jazz musician who I subsequently discovered is named Jerri Ha...
Great street for independent shops with loads of character, Milsom Place runs off halfway up is worth a visit for funky little shops and bars.
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#9 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
An (unexpectedly) absorbing tour of this fascinating building from its origins as a theatre, through its ownership by the Catholic church and its transformation into a Masonic temple and museum.
Guided tours will take you through the history and show you aspects of the building including the magnificent museum in the basement displaying many Masonic artifacts.
Sally Lunn's Museum Bath 6.0 mi away
#13 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
So worth a visit and you have to try the Sally Lunn bunns they are delicious, you can see where the origins of this amazing old house began and how they produced such delicious fare.
Sally Lunn`s may be a small tea room but the staff are friendly and the tea is supurb,the museum is a must,you are taken back in time as to how Sally Lunn would have prepared and baked her famous buns
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Bath Soft Cheese Kelston 5.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Kelston
The venue offers so much, set in lovely countryside it serves fantastic fresh locally produced (in the main) food in a rustic setting.
They also have a viewing area of where they make cheese and even better how the cows are being milked.
Queens Square Bath 5.9 mi away
#16 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Surrounded by many mature trees for shade contains a striking obelisk and some unusual modern art.
We were Lucky that our hotel was here on Queen Square, very easy to get to and great place to stay, to our amazement we found out that this was known as the most beautiful square.
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Castle Coombe Race Track Chippenham 4.8 mi away
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Chippenham
#17 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
When ever I visit Bath by Train I always see the spire of Saint John and kept meaning to go inside to just look around.
A must for those who relish in this type of beautiful architecture.
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Great Chalfield Manor Melksham 8.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Melksham
Beautiful on the outside and a guided tour with a knowledgeable and sympathetic guide - the great hall, its ownership and its history are fascinating.
This is a gem, a well-preserved manor house built in the 1460's which retains many of its original features and character, thanks to careful ownership and restoration.
St Nicholas Church Bathampton 4.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Bathampton
If you enjoy history and beautiful memorials, it's well worth a visit.
#18 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
The Guildhall is a true treasure!
Beautiful building
Bath City Farm Bath 7.0 mi away
#15 of 48 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
A great place to visit for all ages and abilities, with a café and farm shop, plenty of seating and toilets, flowers, plants and sensory beds.
Nice and friendly, small shop and cafe, good play area for under twelves worth a visit we came on Easter bank holiday so the weather was good
The Saxon Church, Bradford on Avon Bradford-on-Avon 8.6 mi away
#3 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Bradford-on-Avon
We found the church very interesting, so peaceful, easy access, a lovely little gem, make sure you pop over the river and visit it
A must visit on a trip to Bradford on avon, it only takes 10 minutes or so but is well worth a visit, while you are there pop in to The Holy Trinity church - its just been renovated and has the feel more of a smal...