For many people, a trip to Bath is just the tonic to put a spring in your step and re-charge those batteries, whether you want to enjoy one of the relaxing Bath spa breaks currently on offer or possibly a visit to the Thermae Bath Spa for a tranquil and therapeutic spa experience.
You can also combine your stay by immersing yourself in some of Bath’s rich culture and possibly visit one of the many museums or exhibitions currently on show to the public. One such exhibition worth a visit is the Medieval Media Exhibition at the Royal Photographic Society by Paul Hurst, which takes place from 1st – 30th March at Fenton House.
Paul Hurst is an extremely talented photographer based in Norfolk and is accomplished within a number of subject matters, but specialises in church and cathedral art and architecture, which has seen him apply his experience to other subjects.
His home county of Norfolk has over 700 medieval churches, which have a rich and extensive history dating back hundreds of years. Paul has managed to capture many of their key features, such as medieval artwork and beautiful screens depicting stories. His aim is to highlight these wonderful historical buildings and encourage people of all ages to go and see the medieval wonders themselves.
This exhibition is completely free for visitors. For more information, call: 01225 325733 or visit the Royal Photographic Society website.
So, for this and other exhibitions in the spa city, be sure to book a stay with Bailbrook Lodge for your luxury Bath bed and breakfast and enjoy a relaxing stay in this beautiful city.