Best Places To Visit in Bath

Expert recommended Top 3 Places To Visit in Bath, UK. All of our places to visit face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, business standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their trading excellence. Only the bee's knees!


Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LZ Directions

Since 1897

Collections, Architectural Buildings, Facilities, Family Activities, Historical Place, Displays, Audioguides, Exhibitions, Group Visits, School, Study Facility, the Roman Baths Foundation, Pump Room, the Archway Project, Conservation, Children’s Programs & Bathhouse

The Roman Baths are one of Northern Europe's best historical sites. It is one of the Roman remains best filled in the world, with 1,170,000 litres of steaming season pool. Children will enjoy working in their dedicated education Room with original Roman content. It strives to explore the deep story of Bath, reviving the Roman Baths, dining in the luxurious pump suite, and soaking in the thermae Bath Spa's natural thermal waters. They explore historically ancient chambers with changing rooms and timid swimming pools. Fascinating information as you make your way around the web slowly, available in 12 languages and with special children's guides. Wheelchair accessible.

Discount: 10% Off for the Roman Baths Kitchen View Deal

Price: Adult £ 14.40, Student (Full-time with valid I.D) £ 13.05, Senior (65+) £ 13.05, Child (Age 6-16) £ 7.65 & Family (2 adults and up to 4 Children) £ 36.90

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Mon - Sun 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

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1 Royal Crescent, Bath BA1 2LR Directions

Since 1774

Tea, Architecture, Georgian Shop, Groups/Standard and Special Tours, Exhibitions, Joint Visits, Collections, Families with Babies and Young Children, Friendly Room Guides, Architectural Building, Gardens, Coffee & Educational Programs

'No.1 Royal Crescent' has the most beautiful Georgian townhouses in England. It allows you to look beyond the famous Palladian facade of the crescent and see what life was like in eighteenth-century Bath for the wealthy and their servants. Its first house constructed in the crescent, which initially provided luxurious accommodation for aristocratic guests who came to enjoy the social season and the sun. They offer a 50 per cent discount to guests with a valid B&NES discovery card and children attend free of charge. Guide dogs are welcome. Changing facilities and wheelchair access are available.

Discount: 50% Discount for Solo Card-Holders View Deal

Price: Adults £10.90
Seniors (65+) £9.80
Students (with student card) and pupils over 16 in full-time education (with ID) £9.80
Children (6-16) £5.40
Family (2 adults, up to four children) £27.20
Groups (minimum 10) £9.80

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Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath BA1 2QH Directions

Since 1963

Collections, Children's Programs, Events, History of Fashion Design, Audio Guide, Decorative Displays, Audioguides, School, Family Activities, Guided Tours, Assembly Rooms, Exhibitions, Groups Visits, Shop, Accessibility, Study Facilities & Cafe

'Fashion Museum in Bath' houses a selection of modern and historical garments of world-class. The museum has over 160 dressed figures that chronicle the trendy dress tale of the past 400 years. Visit the museum store to browse a wide variety of products, fashion accessories and books, and stop off at the Assembly Rooms Café where you can enjoy coffee or lunch. You can see everything from top designers from classic Georgian gowns to state-of-the-art fashion. They provide visitors with an exciting series of fashion activities for all ages, including seminars, talks, and tours. Audio guides are available.

Discount: 15% Off for the Assembly Rooms Cafe View Deal

Price: Adult £8.55, Student (Full-time with valid I.D) £7.65, Senior (65+) £7.65, Child (Age 6-16) £6.53 & Family (2 Adults and up to 4 Children) £27

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