Discover Curious Coins at the Roman Baths

Let’s face it, The Roman Baths are often the highlight of a stay in a b and b in Bath no matter what the time of year, but there’s an extra special reason to visit the attraction on Monday 14th April. Curious Coins will be bringing history to life for younger visitors to the historic baths, and children will have the rare chance to investigate roman coins, learn all about them and even make themselves a replica to take home as a keepsake.
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Celebrate National Science and Engineering Week

How many of you know a budding scientist or a blossoming engineer? Well March is just the month to encourage them in the subject as it’s National Science and Engineering Week. Better yet, as the Roman Baths are always keen to mark special occasions with fun events for youngsters they’ll be hosting a series of themed events throughout the week.
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It’s almost time for the Bath Fringe Festival

The Bath Fringe Festival is one of the biggest annual events in the region, and this year it’s set to take place from 23 May until 8 June. Bath is a a welcoming city that offers a warm greeting for people from all walks of life, and the annual festival celebrates every kind of art it can encompass – and it’s always fantastic fun.
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Celebrate more than 300 years of the Georgians

There’s always an event to enjoy or something to celebrate in the lively city of Bath, and 2013 saw it mark more than three centuries since the Georgians made it what it is today. The Georgian period shaped the city into the cultural and impressive city that’s attracted visitors for centuries, and they influenced its architecture, style and society.

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The city of Bath in Roman times

The Roman Baths may be one of the country’s most famous attractions today, but behind their looming architecture you’ll find remains that tell the tale of the city long before it became the destination we visit today. Just like many of us book breaks to enjoy bed and breakfast in Bath and some serious pampering, the Romans also made their way to the city to take advantage of its location and impressive baths.

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