Beautiful Bath, full of history, wonderful Georgian architecture and amazing places to visit. There’s a long list of must see places in this spa city which keep the flow of people to Bath coming back for more each year. Here are just a few of the iconic sights that can be found in Bath that we love to recommend to our guests.
Many celebrity visitors are drawn to the beautiful spa city of Bath because of the culture, heritage and wealth of entertainment available. If you are lucky you may even get a chance to spot a star amongst the residents of the city, some of which have enjoyed Bath so much that they bought houses in the area. The list of Bath’s celebrity home owners grows each year and currently includes Hollywood actor Nicholas Cage, shoe designer Manolo Blahnik and Buffy the Vampire Slayer actor Anthony Head, who is also well known for his role in the Nescafe adverts.
Bath Rugby Club is one of the oldest and longest running clubs found anywhere in the world. With a history of great games and players, the club still plays a large part in the sporting season and events at the beautiful spa town of Bath. With a well-documented history, fantastic facilities and some wonderfully exciting matches still being played Bath Rugby Club is well worth a visit if you are staying in Bath or surrounding areas.
For a great rainy day or family day out a trip to the Jane Austen Centre in Bath will give you great memories and allow you to look further into this famous writers life and works. Jane Austen’s books are still highly popular today and you can explore her life, the places she visited and more at the Jane Austen Centre in the heart of beautiful Bath.
For a day out with a difference try a Razorcat tour of the beautiful town of Bath and allow your driver to show you things that will keep you captivated and delighted along the way. Seated in the back of a custom built motor cycle trike you can pick to enjoy the sights and sounds on one of their tours, which range from a 20 minute taster tour right up to full day trips.
The Tallulah Rose Flower School has been a large part of Bath since 2006 and has taught many aspiring florists the tricks of the trade since it was first opened. The sheer beauty of some of the pieces produced there is amazing and there are courses to suit all ages and experience.
The city of Bath is a world renowned World Heritage Site, with much to offer to visitors, travellers and tourists. In 1987 Bath was awarded the title of World Heritage Site because it was recognised as a city of global significance, which tells a tale of cultural evolution and is an area of outstanding beauty.
The Theatre Royal in Bath plays host for many interesting events and has a theatre specially designed for children (and their parents) to explore the world of theatre productions, learn and have fun. The Egg as its known is a great place for a family day out that will entertain both adults and children and leave them wanting more.
Close to the city of Bath you will find an amazing farm, full of gorgeous scents and the most brilliant views across fields of lavender that you will ever see, so don’t forget that camera. Lavender Land is a family run working farm that offers tours, plenty to do and see for adults and children plus the chance to buy lavender and other aromatic produce direct from their shop.
For outdoor activity lovers the Colliers Way is an ideal place to take some exercise, see the sights and relax with family and friends. The Colliers Way is a new, purpose built and high quality path that runs for a total of 23 miles from Frome to Dundas Aquaduct offering some of the best scenery in the Bath area.