Bath: Attractions

Sydney Gardens Bath

Sydney Gardens

Located at the end of Great Pulteney Street and designed in the 1790’s, the gardens are the only remaining 18th century pleasure garden. The Kennet & Avon canal seen here passes through the gardens

Ballooning Bath


If you’re looking for something special and unforgettable, a balloon trip is quite an experience. Most leave from Victoria Park and gently follow the breeze for an hour or so. Champagne is served on...

Bath Accommodation Tourism

Riverside Walk

Walk south a few hundred metres along the east side of the River Avon from Pulteney Bridge for wonderful views of the Abbey (to the left of this picture) the Empire building (residential flats)...

Assembly Rooms

Designed by John Wood, the Younger in 1769, the Bath Assembly Rooms consist of a number of stylish rooms located in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath. It now also provides...

Fashion Museum

A world class collection of contemporary and historical dress, located in the magnificent Georgian Assembly Rooms. Opening Hours:  The Museum of Costume is open every day (except 25 & 26 December) January – February...

Thermae Bath Spa

What a great example of the old and new, a thoroughly modern design in a Georgian surrounding. Thermae Bath Spa opened in 2006 near the site of the Royal Bath. Bath is well known...