Why Not Visit the Jane Austen Centre?

For a great rainy day or family day out a trip to the Jane Austen Centre in Bath will give you great memories and allow you to look further into this famous writers life and works. Jane Austen’s books are still highly popular today and you can explore her life, the places she visited and more at the Jane Austen Centre in the heart of beautiful Bath.

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Explore Bath on a Narrow Boat

If you are looking for something a little different and want to experience a side of Bath many people do not see then exploring from a narrow boat is the ideal day trip for you and your family. Comfort, relaxation and great memories are what this trip can offer, plus you can see the astounding beauty of the scenery in Bath and surrounding areas easily from a narrow boat on the canal.

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Fabulous Falconry

Bird and nature lovers will adore a trip to West of England Falconry in Bath. Guided hawk walks and flying experiences are available all with informative and helpful staff to educate and enthral you along the way. West of England Falconry is popular with visitors and residents of Bath and surrounding areas because of their dedication and hard work to promote these beautiful and majestic birds.
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Go Digital in Bath

For 10 days from the 14th to 24th March visitors can join in with the second ever Bath Digital Festival. The Festival is aimed at bringing people together and showcasing local talent and breakthroughs in the digital field. Held at various locations across the city the Digital Festival promises an interactive and interesting experience for all who attend. The first Bath Digital Festival proved to be a success and hopes to provide an educational experience for many years to come.
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The Unique Building of Bath Collection

The Building Of Bath Collection houses a unique combination of history and architecture. Found in The Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel is homage to the men who literally made Bath what it is. Here you can learn about how the city was constructed and why the Georgian architecture is still such an integral part of Bath, even after all these years.
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