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Assembly Rooms
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Stonehenge
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Cleveland Pools Lido Bath
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Great Pulteney Street
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Milsom Street
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Sally Lunn's Museum
History Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Royal Mineral Water Hospital
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Bath Abbey
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The Circus
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Royal Crescent
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The Roman Baths
#1 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Fantastic place to visit, informative audio guides, interactive parts and fantastic actors making the visit fun highly recommend visiting this historical site good value for money too !!
Spectacular view Wonderful time Cant recommend it enough We had a wonderful Valentines weekend that surpassed all our expectations Annie Day MSc
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Bath Skyline
#2 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
..there is the entrance .... great way ... well distinguished ... very varied ... open woodland ... forest ... great views on Bath ... also with great detours possible ... Has made us a lot of fun ... great idea f...
... town you can get the U1 university of bath bus to take you to the skyline and there is a bench you can sit on and enjoy the view of the skyline, the fields here are particularly good for dog walks and picnics.
Bath Abbey
#3 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
We went on the tower tour of the Abbey and it was worth the climb - the views of Bath and amazing, and our tour guides, George and Claire, were really great - entertaining and informative.
Right next to the Roman Baths is the Bath Abbey, with great views of the amazing architecture, including my first up-close view of flying buttresses used to keep the main part of the Abbey stable.
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Bath Street
#4 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Bath Street is a lovely location with excellent views of the Baths and Abbey and close to routes to extensive shops.
The setting is lovely, with the River Avon flowing through the center of town, beautiful Georgian sights in town and residences visible on the hills leading out of town.
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Pulteney Bridge
#5 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Pulteney Bridge is a glorious place, there are Fantastic views of the weir and so great Cafes to take in the views, there is access down to the weir and the walk along the path is great when the sun is shining, we...
Amazing view and perfect for nice pictures If the weather is good is a perfect place to walk around and just enjoy the city..
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Farleigh Hungerford Castle Norton St Philip
#6 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
The crypt contains lead coffins with sculpted faces (and it smells a bit funny, which adds to the atmosphere down there) and the chapel and various other parts of the site are wheelchair-accessible, along with the...
Lovely historic place to visit, as with most english heritage sites friendly, knowledgable and helpful staff.
Royal Crescent
#7 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Amazing lovely city, amazing views and nice lil shops around in the city, even visited royal victoria park and was outside by roman baths, didnt go in as i feel a bit pricey bt on a good day where funds wud allow...
Saw the Crescent first at night and it was amazing, went back nest day and in the daylight you see more detail, Superb architecture and a wonderful view of a historic landmark.
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Great Pulteney Street
#8 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
A walk along Great Pulteney street is a must for all that come to Bath, for a romantic stroll, to enjoy it from a site seeing perspective, nostalgic, stunning architecture, one of Britains finest streets.
Really impressive architecture - in some ways every bit as grand as Royal Crescent - although without the view, of course!
The Circus
#9 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Must be one of my favourite views with the gentle, graceful curves of honey-coloured stone and the glorious details of acorn finials along the roofline.
It is best to walk up from the centre of Bath (10 minutes) and view this well-esteemed architectural gem, a terrace of stately houses set in the round, as its name suggests, by John Wood and son in Georgian times.
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Milsom Street
#10 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
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Assembly Rooms
#11 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Very close to the Circus and other famous Bath sites this gem is easily overlooked but I would highly recommend a stop to see what it has to offer.
Historical Buffs/ architects would enjoy exploring this lovely site.
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Sally Lunn's Museum
#12 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
savory and sweet "Bath buns" served in an historic home with a small excavation site in the basement.
A geological view of Bath
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Bath's Old Orchard Street Theatre
#13 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
After an introduction in the 'crush hall' you will be taken into what was the theatre and stage and also go backstage to view the original 18th century scenery loft and private chapel before going into the vaults...
... a shame that it is not more widely publicised (the Information Bureau had leaflets, but were very vague about whether it was currently open for tours and whether tickets should be purchased from them or on site.
Bath City Farm
#14 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
The babies love looking at and feeding the animals, playing in the playground and walking through the fields The staff/volunteers are very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable and the views over Bath are incredible.
Loved the view and environment.
St John The Evangelist Church
#15 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
This Roman Catholic Church is not old by Bath standards, being built in the second half of the 19th century on the site of an old Benedictine priory.
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Queens Square
#16 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
It is 10 minutes walk from all the famous sights.
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Bath Soft Cheese Kelston
#17 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Lots of space upstairs where you can view the cheese manufacture and downstairs.
Guildhall and Banqueting Room
#18 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
... a very elegant room with a large Royal Coat of Arms, elegant polished wood furnishings and moulded plaster etc etc. Drinks were then held in a very elegant upstairs room with lovely views out on to the city.
Stonehenge
#19 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
They have a lovely souvenir shop on site, l found a really good book on the history of Stonehenge with many beautiful illustrations, something to keep for a 'rainy day', followed by a relaxing journey back to London
Not a bad view anywhere, and you don’t have to shove or squeeze yourself anywhere to get a look.
The Owlery at West of England Falconry Newton St Loe
#20 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
St. Michael with St. Paul
#21 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Royal Mineral Water Hospital
#22 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
St Michael's Church Without
#23 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Sham Castle
#24 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Lovely view of Bath and a fun walk straight back down to Sydney Gardens.
A Great Site !
Willow Farm Timsbury
#25 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Manvers Street Baptist Church
#26 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
St Nicholas Church Bathampton
#27 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution
#28 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Admiral Arthur Phillip Memorial Globe
#29 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath
Bath City Church
#30 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Bath