Popular Landmarks of the City of Bath not to be missed

Bath is an incredibly beautiful city that has a stunning history spanning some 2,000 years. Romans, Georgians, Victorians and many other people have lived and worked in this amazing part of England. When you have a city that’s as full of history as Bath is, you know there’s going to be a lot of popular landmarks that are not to be missed.

If you’re staying in a b and b in Bath you will be able to make the most of your time here. Book your room and make sure you get ready to experience all that the magnificent city of Bath has to offer.

Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge must surely be one of Bath’s most beautiful attractions. This bridge isn’t just there to make one part of the city meet up with another, it also serves as a mini shopping centre too. Found at Bridge Street, the best view of Pulteney Bridge is from Parade Gardens. Come and take a look at this stunning bridge, bring your camera and maybe even a picnic if the weather’s fine.

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths is a landmark that gives this beautiful city its name. Built more than 2,000 years ago the Baths still have water pumped through them every single day, now that’s pretty impressive. Take a trip to the Baths and learn about how the Romans bathed and socialised here. Learn a little more about how their lives impacted the city 2,000 years ago and how they still influence the city to this very day.

No matter how old you are, you’ll find there is something for you at the Baths. Learn what the Baths looked like 2,000 years ago and meet people dressed just as the Romans dressed when they lived in Bath all those years ago.

The Royal Crescent

This historic landmark is almost as popular as the Roman Baths. It’s certainly featured in a good number of films and television programmes. The Royal Crescent was built in the late 18th century and is quite magnificent. Take a look at the remarkable landmark that contains 30 houses and became an integral part of local and national life.

Don’t forget to visit Number 1, The Royal Crescent, which has been converted into a Georgian museum that we’re sure you’ll love.

Beckford’s Tower & Museum

Found at Lansdown Road, Beckford’s Tower & Museum is an absolutely stunning building. Built for William Beckford in the early 19th century, this tower was originally used as a retreat. Today the museum contains a large collection of Beckford’s interests and stories about the man and his life. Don’t forget to climb the tower if you’re feeling a little daring. From the top of the newly restored tower you will see some wonderful panoramic views of the city of Bath and the surrounding countryside. At the time of writing tickets cost £3 for adults, £1.50 for children and £8 for a family ticket.