Three points of interest in Bath

The city of Bath has always attracted sightseers, history lovers and those who want to get away from it all and step back in time. With its historic landmarks, cobbled streets and bustling city centre there’s something for every kind of visitor, and just to get you started before a stay in a Bed and Breakfast in Bath we’ve whittled it down to our three favourite points of interest.
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Come and see the work of the Arena Photographers in Bath this winter

There’s a very special exhibition on display at the Royal United Hospital in Bath, and it’s centred on the award-winning work by the Arena Photographers. The exhibition is a fascinating event, and it encompasses a wide range of photographic techniques, angles and interests. You’ll see everyday scenes from busy streets, to peaceful landscapes and still life – there’s a piece for every type of art lover and the exhibition is inspiring.
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Experience the Bath of old

When in Rome as they say…well in this case when in Bath, and why not experience this historic city just as its visitors would have hundreds of years ago? With its unmistakeable architecture, famous residents and famed Roman Baths this is a city break destination that could have been made for those who appreciate history you can reach out and touch, so here are two ways you can follow in the footsteps of our ancestors during a stay in a bed and breakfast in Bath.
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Two Tunnels Greenway

Autumn can be the perfect time of year to get active, as often the countryside is at its most beautiful but you won’t have to worry about the crowds (or getting all hot and sweaty on a warm summer’s day!). The Two Tunnels Greenway is one of Bath’s best-loved cycle routes, and it doesn’t only make for a gorgeous place for a leg stretch but it also makes use of a railway route that was forgotten for decades.
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Don’t miss Making Light of it in Bath

Making Light of It celebrates the science of light during the eighteenth century, and the developments in the field that took place in an unassuming building in Bath. The Herschel Museum of Astronomy at 19 New King Street illustrates the role of light throughout the Georgian home and its latest exhibition pays homage to William Herschel’s pioneering work on infra red, telescopes and the sun.
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