With beautiful tourist attractions to see, your holidays will be nothing short of memorable. Such holidays are usually filled with beautiful stories, amazing experiences, and important moments that linger with us forever. At Seek South West, we want to open your eyes to all the relaxing and mesmerising attractions in Bath.
What attractions do you fancy-steamy spas, cultural and religious venues, colourful gardens, breathtaking landscapes, fancy restaurants, well-equipped sport facilities, mosaic gardens, luxury resorts, or local markets? You will find your ideal attraction and more in Bath.
In their usual flamboyant fashion, the Romans created a magnificent complex of bathhouses that sits atop Bath’s three natural hot springs. The Baths are a preserved set of historic spasencircled by ancient 18th-19th century buildings.
Price: £15.50 for adults, £9.80 for children
Time to visit: 9am-10pm July-Aug, 9:30a,-6pm Sept-June
Location: Abbey Churchyard, Bath, England
If you enjoy the thrill of a surprise, Gordon Jones restaurant should be on your list of top places to eat. There are no permanent menus at this elegant restaurant. Everything is created daily to showcase the culinary artistry and infinite creative prowess of Chef Jones.
Price: 5 course lunch at £40 and 6 course dinner at £55
Time to visit: 12:30-2pm for lunch and 7-9pm for dinner. Open only Tuesdays-Saturdays.
Location: 2 Wellsway, Bath, England
Rising above at the city centre is the gigantic abbey church, noted as one of the few medieval churches left standing in England. The angels climb up and down in the west façade, a fascinating feature reminiscent of a dream by Bishop Oliver King.
Price: you can donate or pay £4 and £2 for adults and students respectively
Time to visit: 9:30am-5:30pm on Mondays, 9-5:30 from Tue-Fri (extended to 6pm on Saturday) and 2:30pm & 4:30-6pm Sun.
The museum houses the UK’s largest assembly of American folk art from patchwork quilts, First Nations textiles and historic maps in a gorgeous mansion few miles from the heart of the city. Some of the rooms mirror a 17th century Puritan, New Orleans boudoir and an 18th-century tavern.
Price: child/adult £6.50/£11
Time to visit: Noon-5pm Tuesday- Sunday from Mar-Oct and noon-4:30pm from late November to mid-Dec.
Location: Claverton Manor Bath, England
Some of her popular works featured Bath as a location including Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. She lived in Bath for 5 years and continued to visit the city’s social scene after she moved. Guides at the museum entertain you with tales while you tour pristine memorabilia related to her life in Bath.
Price: Child/adult £5.50/£11
Time to visit: 9:45am-5:30pm April-Oct, 10am-4pmNov-Mar
Location: 40 Gay St
Bath is renowned for its spectacular Georgian architecture and none is grander than the majestic townhouses designed by John Wood the Younger. Picture frames in the houses display famous residents like Clive of India, Thomas Gainsborough and David Livingstone
Price: adult/family/child: £10/£22/£4
Time to visit: Monday, Noon-5:30pm and 10.30am-5:30pm from Tue-Sun (Feb-Early Dec)
To avoid the crowds at the Roman Baths, don’t go on weekends or during the busy months of July-August. Ensure you make a reservation before visiting fine dining restaurants like Menu Gordon and get a group package for the best discounts to most of the top attractions in Bath.
At Seek South West, we want to help introduce you to them.