What to see in Bath

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Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park

Located in the beautiful Avon Valley, just four and a half miles (7km) from central Bath, Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife…

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Berkeley Castle

Berkeley (pronounced 'barkly') is a perfectly preserved 840-year-old castle with a keep, dungeon and splendid staterooms…

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Building of Bath Museum

The fascinating story of Georgian Bath is wonderfully presented by the Building of Bath Museum. The museum is the natural…

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Fashion Museum

Bath's comprehensive Fashion Museum brings alive the story of fashion over the last 400 years, from the late-16th century…

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Herschel Museum of Astronomy

Distinguished astronomer William Herschel used a telescope he built himself to discover the planet Uranus in 1781, thus…

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Jane Austen Centre

Bath's best-known resident, Elizabethan novelist Jane Austen, is celebrated in this permanent exhibition which showcases…

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Longleat is a bit of a strange tourist destination, catering simultaneously to two very different markets. On one hand,…

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Roman Baths

The Romans were the first to capitalise on the only natural hot springs in Britain, but it is believed that they were…

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Wookey Hole Caves

A popular tourist attraction in the village of Wookey Hole in Somerset, just 20 miles (32km) from Bath, Wookey Hole Caves…

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