There is so much to do in Bath that knowing how to spend your day may be quite hard to plan. You could take the day as it comes, but there’s a chance you may miss some of the city’s most popular attractions.
In order to make sure you don’t miss out, we have collated some wonderful ideas so you have a great day out in Bath.
The Royal Crescent
Depending on the weather, you might want to think about having a picnic at The Royal Crescent. Known as one of the most beautiful landmarks in the world, The Royal Crescent really does have to be seen to be believed. Built in the 18th century, the Crescent is made up of 30 houses and has been the backdrop to many movie scenes.
If you’re a lover of architecture you may want to spend a bit of time contemplating The Circus which is a part of The Royal Crescent. There are many different theories that surround the amazing originality of the shapes and symbols that make up the circus and give it that truly unique touch.
Take a Trip on a Narrowboat
If you would like to travel in style then a narrowboat may just be your preferred form of transportation. You can experience the utter pleasure that comes with hiring one of these beautiful boats for a few hours. Sail along the Avon canal and enjoy seeing Bath from a completely different angle. Once your trip is over head back to your bed and breakfast in Bath to talk about your wonderful day with those who sailed with you.
Shopping is something we all love to do, and Bath is the perfect place for just about anyone to shop until you drop. With an impressive mixture of high street stores and independent shops, Bath has plenty to offer. Make sure you take a walk down those side streets so you come across some of Bath’s hidden gems that you won’t want to miss. Visit book shops, clothing stores, shops that sell nick knacks and so much more!
Royal Victoria Park
Royal Victoria Park is one of Bath’s most beautiful spots. Opened in 1830 and named after Princess Victoria, these parks are definitely a must-visit. If you have visited the Royal Crescent you’ll find these parks aren’t very far away at all. With a bird aviary, statues, tennis courts and even a bowling green you will find there really is something here for everyone. If you fancy taking a relaxed stroll around the park, you’ll find the 57 acres of land will let you do that quite nicely.
If you happen to have some little ones with you, why not let them spend some time in the children’s play area? They are sure to use up all their energy here, while you sit on a bench and watch the world go by.
Bath is definitely worth exploring and as you can see, there really is something for everyone.