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#1 of 3 things to do in Bathampton
It was a very quiet, relaxing, and leisurely ride and we were really able to soak up the sights and sounds.Captain Jenks and Helen (the crew, ha, ha) were very hospitable and knowledgeable.
Beautiful boat, excellent hospitality, warm and friendly hosts - a perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon: everything was just right.

Krowd Keepers: Magic Theatre

Bath, UK 1.7 mi away
#2 of 129 things to do in Bath
Kieran the Magician was absolutely amazing and engaging being welcoming,funny, clever and of course an excellent magician who thrilled us all and we have once very happy daughter and compliment of party guests who...
It’s was awesome great tricks recommend Ben wood ward highly recommend great fun 5 stars Amazing!!

Herschel Museum of Astronomy

Bath, UK 2.0 mi away
#8 of 129 things to do in Bath
... is the home of one of the worlds greats of astronomy , well worth the small fee to see his home and the homemade telescope he used along with his sister , who was just as good as Herschel himself at astronomy.
There is a short film narrated by Patrick Moore, which was entertaining and informative, and you can explore the small garden from which Herschel first observed the planet.
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The Courts Garden

Holt, UK 6.0 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Holt
It is magical for children who can run wild, climb trees, hide in enormous trees, play in a dedicated area and eat in a charming tea room with lovely savory plates along with scrummy cakes.
Peaceful and beautiful gardens comprising flower beds, lawns, kitchen garden, pond, gentle strolling walk through faux-woodland Excellent teashop with cold and hot meals.

Iford Manor: The Peto Garden

Bradford-on-Avon, UK 4.7 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Bradford-on-Avon
This Grade 1 Italian-style garden is famous for its tranquil beauty and was the home of architect and designer Harold Peto from 1899 to 1933.
What a perfect day we had in BOA which was topped off with the restful and leisurely stroll through this extremely beautiful garden.

The Museum of Bath at Work

Bath, UK 1.7 mi away
#14 of 129 things to do in Bath
Entry is cheap, the exhibits are immaculate, well laid-out and fascinating for history nerds (at one point, you can basically set an entire replica workshop running around you by pressing a button), the volunteers...
I could marvel at the tools and industrial skills of a hands on generation and really appreciate a time where every aspect of a life in the workshops from our past made the buildings and workings of Bath we admire...
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Great Chalfield Manor

Melksham, UK 5.5 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Melksham
The Yew hedges are a special features for children to play and hide in, herbaceous borders are stunning in the summer months and you are welcomed by a moated property which oozes charm and character.
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.
#16 of 129 things to do 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.
Phil , our tour guide made this tour all the more interesting and fun.He was very knowledgeable about the intriguing history of this lovely old building Highly recommended .

American Museum & Gardens

Bath, UK 1.4 mi away
#21 of 129 things to do in Bath
We visited this unique Museum for the first time- full of interesting exhibits -furniture, paintings, native arts and crafts, amazing quilts, lovely shop and very pleasant cafe.
It has a series of attractive period rooms dating from colonial times until the eve of the Civil War, as well as an outstanding quilt collection and an inspiring folk art gallery.

Marshfield Farm Ice Cream

Marshfield, UK 4.9 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Marshfield
... strawberries with clotted cream (with fresh strawberries on top) was a real reminder of hot summer days, heavenly honeycomb was sweet & crunchy and raspberry ripple had all the fruity tang you would expect.
I had the gingerbread and clotted cream which was divine and I think the best ice cream I’ve ever had.

Vintage Classics

Melksham, UK 8.1 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Melksham
Having the car delivered and collected from Beechfield House was so easy and the tours that Nikki has created are perfect they take you through some of the most beautiful villages and the scenery is amazing.
Another great week-end many thanks to vintage classics of Melksham ,this time we hired the triumph stag and what a lovely car, lovely condition, and a lovely drive .this is our fifth vehicle from vintage classic a...
#11 of 129 things to do in Bath
Stunning views over the lush green park and splendid palladian bridge towards the city of Bath, pleasant walks through the woodland, and masses of wild garlic flowers when we visited, a wide variety of birds inclu...
And within 2 mins of walk you come across a world of awe-inspiring beauty............the huge open slope leading to the magical bridge and a backdrop of centuries old mansion.

Museum of East Asian Art

Bath, UK 1.8 mi away
#29 of 129 things to do in Bath
The old town house setting really works and climbing the stairs and passing through various rooms filled with ancient ceramics, bronzes, wooden pieces is a delight.
Founded by a lifelong collector who donated his collection to found the museum it retains a lovely personal quality.

St John The Evangelist Church

Bath, UK 1.6 mi away
#34 of 129 things to do in Bath
A must for those who relish in this type of beautiful architecture.
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Dyrham Park

Dyrham, UK 6.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Dyrham
A lovely walk down to the church and gardens with a stop off at the fantastic park which all our children loved (2-6) as they could sit on real (decommissioned) tractors, play in a shepherds house and ride on toy...
This C17th stately home is surrounded by an extensive fallow deer park and features a pleasant array of landscaped, formal and recently restored terraced woodland gardens.

Bath Botanical Gin Distillery

Bath, UK 1.7 mi away
#45 of 129 things to do in Bath

Chapel Arts Centre

Bath, UK 1.8 mi away
#42 of 129 things to do in Bath
Great well stocked bar as well, with some local beverages, and a few organic drinksl.
We went to the most fantastic Neil Diamond tribute concert.

Avoncliff Aqueduct

Avoncliff, UK 4.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Avoncliff
There is a Tea Room and a very nice pub called the Cross Guns located by the viaduct where you can have a drink and watch both the river & the barges traverse the Kennet & Avon canal.
There is a small pay and display car park and a tea room (excellent) and (if you walk under the aqueduct) a popular pub.