Family - Things to Do

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A Palladian style bridge with shops spanning both sides; a rare architectural piece. Best viewed from the riverside to the...

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Open all year round and always good fun. Located on the south-east corner of Royal Victoria Park next to the...

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Dyrham Park house, home of William Blathwayt, is a Baroque mansion on 270 acres of ancient parkland. The parkland offers...

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Located on the hill above the train station, this park provides fantastic views of the city centre and surrounding Bath...

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The Bath Abbey is a medieval cathedral with a Victorian Gothic interior. The splendor and scale is impressive from the...

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The largest park in the city centre located to the front of the Royal Crescent. The avenues provide picturesque walks...

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Prior Park Landscape Garden was created in the 18th-century by local entrepreneur Ralph Allen. The picturesque gardens had input from...

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Historically Queen Square was the central gardens associated with an impressive array of Georgian Town Houses. Today the town houses...

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A lovely park in the heart of Bath that has an active bandstand during the summer months with children’s entertainment...

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The Royal Crescent is a curved street of 30 Georgian terraced houses and forms part of an architectural masterpiece connected...

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Sydney Gardens were historically the Pleasure Gardens of Bath. Today the gardens continue the reminiscent elegance, provide enclosed lawns, tennis...

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The city’s namesake in the heart of the shopping streets. Although you are not allowed in the water, you can...

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The art museum for everyone, with an impressive permanent display that is free to visit, built around the collection by...

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Celebrating one of Baths most famous residents, the Jane Austen Centre provides a permanent exhibition of her life in the...

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The Bath Assembly Rooms were completed in 1771 and described as “the most noble and elegant of any in the...

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The exhibits are varied and engaging, ranging from the 15th-century to the present day with big names and the unknown....

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