Stone Circles of Bath

Close to the spa city of Bath you can find the largest stone circle in the world – Avebury Stone Circle is a beautiful sight and has been a popular place for visitors and tourists for many years. Many of the stones were re-erected in the 1930’s by Alexander Keiller, a British archaeologist. Alexander Keiller was a man with a deep love and understanding of the stone circles of Bath and also founded the Morven Institute of Archaeological Research, which has since been renamed the Alexander Keiller Museum.

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Beaux Arts Gallery

Beaux Arts is a gallery that has become the longest running commercial gallery in Bath. Housed in a beautiful Georgian building you will find many prime examples of modern British and contemporary works of art on display. Paintings, sculptures and ceramics from well-known artists plus exhibitions to showcase up and coming talent make the gallery a firm favourite for anyone to visit during their stay in Bath.

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Beckford’s Tower

Beckford’s Tower might have been one man’s whim but it has become an important landmark in the spa city of Bath and is loved by many people. Standing a total of 37 metres tall the tower was designed by Henry Goodridge and was built in 1827 for William Beckford, a resident of Bath. Beckford was a writer with a lot of character and this neo-classical tower represents his interests very well.

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Milsom Street

At the heart of the spa city of Bath is Milsom Street, a fantastic place full of energy and delightful boutiques that will grab your attention and provide a great day out for all. You can find well known high street names among the stunning architecture with cafes and interesting places to stop and watch the world go by if you so wish.

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Places to See in Bath – Bath Postal Museum

The spa town of Bath has played a huge role in communications and the development of the postal system still in use today. As far back as ancient Egypt there has been some sort of postal system in place in many parts of the world. During Roman times messengers were used to convey details and messages via horseback, and today we often see the Royal Mail postal vans out and about doing their job.

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Family Friendly Bath

The spa town of Bath is a great place to visit and stay with your family. All ages can find suitable entertainment, activities and fun filled days in this beautiful part of the country. Whether you prefer scenic locations or city amenities, Bath has it all so book your bed and breakfast in Bath today and allow our friendly town to make your spa break dreams come true.

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3 Great Animal Attractions in Bath

Animal lovers are bound to enjoy the great animal attractions in and near to the spa town of Bath. Get outdoors and take the family on a fun filled day at Bath City Farm – set inside the city, the farm is an escape from the busy streets without having to travel far. Meet the resident animals, learn about the history of the farm and take part in one of the many organised events held throughout the warmer months.

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Horse World in Bath

Horse World in Bath is a large charity primarily set up to help equines in need and also raise awareness of the problems many horses, ponies and donkeys face. Operating since 1952 the centre has become a major base for rescued and rehabilitated horses from around the country. Supporting education and giving others the chance to learn about horse care are just some of the aims of the charity.

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