Bridge Street, Bath BA2 4AT Directions
Cafes, Walk, Historical, Architecture, Weir, Tourists, Waterfall & Boat Tour
'Pulteney Bridge' is the 18th-century bridge and it is one of Bath's most admired buildings. Robert Adam designed the Pulteney Bridge in 1769, the name of the city's most filmed examples of Georgian structure, and one of the world's only four bridges to have shops on both sides across its full area. The most majestic and romantic bridges in the country, best seen from the Parade Gardens and the weir of the crescent. It consists of various styles of food for all price ranges, as well as free shops and the standard stock store of Bath Rugby Club. They provide different product types for all price ranges, as well as independent stores and the Bath Rugby Club's official merchandise shop.
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FARLEIGH HUNGERFORD CASTLE
Farleigh Hungerford, Norton St Philip, Bath BA2 7RS Directions
Oldest Site, Castle, Historical Place, Collections, Play Areas/Adventure Playground, Exhibition, Educational Programs, Group Visits, Baby Changing Facilities, Gardens, Audio and Guided Tours, Food and Drink, Picnic Area, Shop, Filming & Commercial Photography
Farleigh Hungerford Castle is a beautiful 14th-century Frome River Valley, and the fortified castle still has plenty for visitors. This fantastic castle has own by the legendary Hungerford family for 300 years, and its fascinating yet sometimes disturbing tales are told through vivid panels and a free audio tour today. They provide a great day out to explore the surrounding countryside for families, couples, and walkers. They afford a complimentary audio tour that tells the grim stories of past residents of Farleigh.
Price: Adult £5.20, Child (5-15yrs) £3.10, Concession tool-tip £4.70 & Family (Two adults and up to three children) £13.50
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BATH ASSEMBLY ROOMS
Bennett Street, Bath BA1 2QH Directions
Architectural Building, Gift Shop, Historical Place, Displays, Cafe, Films, Tourist Attraction, Television, Card and Tea Room, Renowned Fashion Bookshop, School Groups & Family Programs
'Bath Assembly Rooms' had public rooms in the centre of contemporary bath life in the 18th century. They offer a variety of activities, including weddings, dinners, gatherings, conferences, plays, shows, and parties. Baby-changing rooms, family activities, two wheelchairs, and open ground floors are available. Guide dogs and dog support are always welcome.