Visit the Nick Cudworth Summer Exhibition in Bath
If you are looking to get away for one of the therapeutic spa breaks in Bath soon, you might like to include some of the city’s cultural highlights while enjoying this wonderful location and all it has to offer.
Throughout August, the local artist Nick Cudworth will be showcasing an eclectic mix of his exclusive original oil paintings and prints of his work at his London Street gallery in Bath’s city centre. Continue reading
If you enjoy art and photography, you might like to go along to the forthcoming 60 Years Behind the Camera exhibition with work from John Gray FRPS at the Royal Photographic Society, Fenton House, in Bath from August 1 – 30. This is sure to be a treat for anyone staying at a local Bath bed and breakfast and looking to experience some art and culture during their spa city break. Continue reading
Just ten minutes away from our hotel is Dyrham Park, a wonderful National Trust property with beautiful grounds. One of the best parts of having a National Trust property in such close proximity is the variety of events that they put on throughout the year, with something to suit everyone. Continue reading
Art and culture are two of the largest attractions for visitors to the spa city of Bath. With this in mind, if you are planning a stay at one of the local luxury hotels in Bath, why not add a trip to the Victoria Art Gallery to your itinerary and see Graham Dean’s latest exhibition?
Graham Dean’s works will be making a timely and colourful return to the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath, with his new exhibition of huge watercolours on handmade Indian paper. Continue reading
If you are planning a trip to Bath during July and are looking for some of the best events and attractions around the city to visit while staying at one of the luxury hotels in Bath, why not add a trip to the Victoria Art Gallery to your itinerary?
Between July 15 and September 9 the gallery will be hosting a special exhibition called Sculpture and Sport: a Celebration for 2012. This public art event has been created to celebrate both sport in general and Bath’s links to the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Continue reading
The city of Bath was hugely affected during World War II, being subjected to the onslaught of attacks which became known as the Bath Blitz in 1942; an event which saw a large number of properties destroyed and lives lost..
With this year marking the 70th anniversary, many of the prominent museums and galleries around the city are holding as series of special exhibitions, remembering those who fell and to show how the city of Bath got back on its feet. If you would like to visit some of these exhibitions and learn more about wartime Bath, here are some of the participating places taking part.
The American Museum in Britain at Claverton Manor is showing their Claverton Manor during World War II exhibition. The exhibition is currently open to the public, scheduled to close on 28th October, for details call their information line on 01225 460503.
Building of Bath Collection is showing its Repairing War Torn Bath exhibition, exploring the work that had to be undertaken to save and repair the 19,000 buildings damaged during the event. This exhibition is also open and is available to view until 23 July. For details and information call 01225 333895 or visit the Bath Preservation Trust website.
So, if you looking to discover more about this spa city’s historical past when you visit the beautiful city, be sure to book with one of the local Bath hotels soon for a luxury Bath bed and breakfast, so you can the city’s rich cultural heritage and attractions.