Bath Museum of Astronomy

If you’re interested in all things planet-related then the Herschel Museum of Astronomy is a must-visit place. Located in Bath, this museum attracts thousands of visitors per year and it’s easy to see why.  Amazingly, in his back yard, the Astronomer William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus and it was for this reason and many

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Bath Literature Festival

In March 2013, Bath will once again play host to its world-renowned literature festival. In recent years, the festival has gone from strength to strength and has welcomed world-famous authors who have been more than happy to play an integral part in all the festival has to offer.

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Visit The West Of England Falconry

While you stay in Bath and make the most of the wonderful facilities the bed and breakfast in Bath has to offer, you may want to have yourself a little bit of an adventure. The West of England Falconry is a truly wonderful place and is worth visiting as it’s full of spectacular birds such

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Little Theatre Cinema in Bath

The Little Theatre Cinema in Bath is a great place for those of you who want to catch up on the latest films. The cinema is also home to a lot of events and festivals, which is perfect if you’re in Bath and looking for something to do.

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Photographs and Art in Bath in February

If you love to browse a wide range of photographs and art, then head to the Victoria Art Gallery in February 2013. During this month there will be a wide range of art and photographs on display by a number of different artists. One of the artists is Roger Mane, who is known for capturing

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Bath Bachfest

If you’re looking to enjoy something special while you’re in Bath then you might want to think about attending the Bath Bachfest. Any classical music lover will be in their element when they visit one of three places that plays host to the wonderful music of Bach. Bath Abbey, the Guildhall and the Assembly rooms

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Romantic Things To Do In Bath

If you want to visit a city that is full of romance, then Bath is the place to be. Couples can enjoy the magnificent view of the Royal Crescent, a row of houses that is truly original or a trip to the world famous Roman Baths (which can also be enjoyed at night via a

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The Remarkable Sally Lunns Museum

Located in North Parade Passage is the Sally Lunns Museum which is reported to be one of the oldest houses in Bath. This building is so old that it still has the original kitchen where Sally Lunn used to bake her world famous Bath Bun and other delicious foods.

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The Victoria Art Gallery in Bath

The Victoria Art Gallery in Bath is an essential place for any art-lover. With free entry and a wide range of exhibitions and displays throughout the year, it is quite simply, unmissable. Behind The Scenes At The Victoria Gallery

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Why not visit some Museums in Bath?

Incredibly Bath has 17 museums in just one square mile! This means there’s bound to be at least one that everyone will want to visit. Exhibiting classic masterpieces and objects from thousands of years ago, the museums in Bath are truly in a league of their own.

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