The Unique Building of Bath Collection

The Building Of Bath Collection houses a unique combination of history and architecture. Found in The Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel is homage to the men who literally made Bath what it is. Here you can learn about how the city was constructed and why the Georgian architecture is still such an integral part of Bath, even after all these years.
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The Beauty Of Bath Street

Bath Street isn’t just any old street but a beautiful part of the city that attracts millions of visitors each year. The architecture is wonderful and you can almost feel the history of the city that makes it so famous. Many overseas visitors love this particular part of Bath because it gives them a sense of what England was once like and how it is often portrayed on television and in movies.
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Little Solsbury Hill

With some stunning views and the opportunity to help you get away from it all, Little Solsbury Hill is well worth a visit. The Battle of Mount Badon and King Arthurs victory is thought to have taken place here and it’s easy to imagine thousands of men fighting over a beautiful part of England.
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Bath Museum of Astronomy

If you’re interested in all things planet-related then the Herschel Museum of Astronomy is a must-visit place. Located in Bath, this museum attracts thousands of visitors per year and it’s easy to see why.  Amazingly, in his back yard, the Astronomer William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus and it was for this reason and many others that the museum was dedicated to him.
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Visit The West Of England Falconry

While you stay in Bath and make the most of the wonderful facilities the bed and breakfast in Bath has to offer, you may want to have yourself a little bit of an adventure. The West of England Falconry is a truly wonderful place and is worth visiting as it’s full of spectacular birds such as hawks, owls and falcons.
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