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Places of Interest
BATH'S BEST PLACES
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Jane Austen is quite possibly Bath's most famous resident. Step into her world for a moment to see what inspired her, and be sure to stop off at the tea room for a 'Mr Darcy' afternoon tea
Thermae Bath Spa
Bath Thermae Spa is a day spa where you can bathe in Britain's only natural thermal waters - just as the Celts and Romans did over 2000 years ago!
Pilgrims and visitors have been made welcome at Bath Abbey for hundreds of years and today is no different. Admire the architecture and enjoy the choral music.
A visit to the Roman Baths is a must when you come to the city. Walk among the ruins, explore the interactive museum and sip the spa water in the Pump Room - chin chin!
Milsom Street Shopping
The Milsom Quarter is home to top fashion designers, department stores and quirky independent boutiques as well as a host of chic eateries. Shop 'til you drop!
Brimming with history, the Theatre Royal Bath is one of the oldest and most beautiful theatres in Britain. A varied programme of top quality entertainment is always on the bill.
This is one of just a few bridges in the world with shops built into it. It's got to be one of the most romantic bridges anywhere, best viewed from Parade Gardens park by the crescent weir.
The Assembly Rooms were the 'place to be seen' in the 18th Century. Today, they are still very much 'en vogue' as the home of the world famous fashion museum.
The Royal Crescent
One of Bath’s most iconic landmarks, the Crescent was built between 1767 - 1775, designed by John Wood the Younger. Today, it's a popular location for film-makers and TV period dramas