Bath: Iconic Buildings & Views
Royal Victoria Park was opened in 1830 by the 11-year-old Princess Victoria.
It seems only fitting that the beautiful city of Bath is surrounded by equally stunning countryside.
A view that many of you will know and love.
In Northumberland Place you will find Bath’s smallest pub with the biggest welcome and a unique name The Coeur de Lion.
Known as the Old Lady of Milsom Street, Jolly’s is one of Europe’s oldest department stores and has been serving customers and visitor since 1831
“The Huntsman” wins the prize for the oldest shop-front in the city and one of the prettiest.
Abbey Green Bath is home to one of the oldest architecturally planted trees in the world: the giant plane tree.
Planted as a sapling in 1793
Sally Lunn’s is a world famous tea and eating house in the centre of the wonderful city of Bath,
Here’s a view not many of us get the chance to see. A roof top view we love from Bath Abbey (borrowed) from our friends at Created in Bath Ltd
The Circus is regarded as a preeminent example of Georgian architecture,
A weir on the River Avon has appeared on maps of Bath, England, ever since 1603.