Bath, the historic gateway to the South West
The city of Bath is a designated World Heritage Site and represents some of the finest architectural sights in Europe. It is also home to the famous Roman Baths, The Royal Crescent and the Thermae Bath Spa where visitors can bathe in the UK’s only natural thermal waters and take in impressive 360˚ views from the rooftop pool. Come and explore Bath’s rich diversity of museums, art galleries and gardens including The Holburne Museum and 18th century Prior Park Landscape Gardens, which was created by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown himself, all within easy walking distance of the town city centre. A lively, year-round calendar of festivals, theatre, music and entertainment complement the continuous stream of foodie events, live gigs and street theatre. Spoil yourself in one of over 150 award-winning restaurants and gastro pubs: many of which are independent, sourcing local food and drink from Bath’s very own backyard. And don’t forget to leave time to investigate the city’s plethora of boutiques and independent shops.
A World Heritage City
Bath is the only entire UK city to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Explore Bath’s Top Attraction
The Roman Baths is the best preserved Roman remains in the world and the leading tourist attraction in the city of Bath.
See Amazing Georgian Architecture
Bath boasts some of the most impressive and best preserved Georgian architecture in the world – Paris has the Eiffel Tower, Rome the Colosseum and Bath has The Royal Crescent which celebrates its 250th anniversary in 2017.