A visit to the stunning city of Bath is a special occasion whatever the season, as there are lots of outdoor attractions such as the National Trust’s Skyline walk, many parks, canal strolls, and river trips. There are hot air balloon rides for the more adventurous to view the Royal Crescent and other such stunning sights that look equally as striking from the sky as they do from ground level. If the weather is more inclement, you will find an array of museums to visit along with many cafes and bars to shelter from the wind and rain. A city so remarkable and special that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
You can spend several hours in Bath wandering around its iconic streets, admiring its impressive Georgian architecture and fascinating history; or take a visit to the Thermae Bath Spa complex and relax in the mineral rich spring waters as the Romans did, over two thousand years previously.
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For the adventurous
If adrenaline-charged activities are more up your street, don’t miss the thrilling motor sports at Castle Combe Race Circuit, or the nerve racking climb of the sheer rock face at Cheddar Gorge.
A different view of the city can be enjoyed if you hire a canal boat, take an exciting tour along the river Avon.
For the family
Keep the family occupied for hours exploring the caves at Wookey Hole, get them involved with a theatre workshop and step back in history to meet characters at the Roman Baths.
Maybe you would like to catch some live entertainment – take a front row seat at one of the many concerts, musicals, a play at the theatre or a comedy gig.
Blow your own glass bubble at Bath Aqua Glass centre or learn how to make your own fashion accessories at The Makery.
For the historians
The city of Bath has so much prominent, rich heritage with opportunities to delve into the Georgian, Regency and Roman eras with varied buildings and events to explore.
There are so many fascinating museums where you can unearth everything from how Jane Austen spent her time in Bath and what was fashionable 100 years ago, to where William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus.
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