Best Things To Do in Bath, United Kingdom

Are you looking for what to do in Bath?

Bath isn’t somewhere you go to sample exotic cuisine. The food, even the continental variety, is very standard. Of the more notable Establishments, we recommend the Sally Lunn’s, the Hudson Bar and Steak and the Boston Tea Party, Bath Oliver Biscuits, Yak Yeti Yak, Rajpoot Tandoori and Raphael’s.

Alcohol hunting is much friendlier. Bath has no shortage of pubs to tease out the drunk in you so go exploring! Try the Raven, The Bell and the Star for the authentic and atmospheric experience. The beer garden at the Hop Pole is worth checking out too.

Main Attractions:

  • The combination tour of the Roman Baths, the Spa and the Grand Pump Dining Room.
  • The Jane Austen Museum for all those who want to be close to this remarkable author.
  • Walk around Bath’s pretty streets but especially the Circus and the Royal Crescent.
  • The Bath Abbey is one of the most beautiful town churches you’ll ever see.

Below we have a list of things to do in Bath and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.

This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Bath getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.

Make the most of your trip to Bath with confidence.

Tourist Attractions in Bath

Here is the list of things to do in Bath and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Roman Baths Museum

    4.6 (13112 Votes)
    Roman Baths Museum

    Art And Culture, History Museum, Water Body, Historical Site

    Rainwater from the nearby Mendip Hills heated up deep in the earth rises to this outlet at a rate of over a million litres every day. The Celts found it first, and built a shrine to Sulis here, but it was the Romans who brought style to the place. After conquering, they wasted little time deifying the place to the Roman Minerva, and over three centuries and some heavy-duty engineering, built u...Read more
  2. Bath Abbey

    4.6 (13370 Votes)
    Bath Abbey

    Art And Culture, Church, Religious Site, Landmark

    A site of religious meditation since the 7th century, the abbey saw it’s grandest times during the 15th. The church seems to reach for the sky, and seems to be ready to take flight any second. Visitors delight in the many little aspects of its architecture that come together to create a soaring grandeur. Note the high arching windows, the oblong tower, the bells, the famous fan vaulting,...Read more
  3. The Circus And The Royal Crescent

    Walking Area, Square, Architecture , Neighborhoods

    This wasn’t an actual circus or anything. Instead, it’s a neighbourhood of really cool Gregorian architecture (perhaps the grandest in the country), a circular facade for viewing delight whenever someone warders in. The circle actually forms the handle of the masonic key shape that you can see from the air over the neighbourhood. The teeth part of the key is the Queen’s Squar...Read more
  4. Thermae Bath Spa

    4.3 (13119 Votes)
    Thermae Bath Spa

    Leisure, Spa

    After a trip to the Roman Bath Museum, many a traveller has succumbed to a desire to be pampered like the ancients were. The waters are at a comfortable 48 degrees Celsius, but you can have so much more than a thermal bath. The spa’s many packages let you choose the manner of relaxation and the views from the roof top pool are unbeatable… especially on a clear night. Try the aroma...Read more
  5. Sally Lunns Historic Museum And Eating House

    Museum, Food And Drinks, Restaurant

    History and cuisine have never before come together at such reasonable prices. Housed in the oldest residence in Bath is the most charming and most romantic eatery you can imagine. It’s wonderful for afternoon tea and it’s wonderful for dinner. The staffs are warm as anything and will make you feel right at home. Combine your food with a little foray into the museum showcasing the ...Read more
  6. Pulteney Bridge

    View Point, Scenic Drive, Bridge, Architecture

    Two rows of everyday shops across each other wouldn’t seem like something worth commenting about… unless it was on a bridge, and that sort of thing only happened in three other places in the entire world. Bath is pretty unique in more ways than it’s namesake. Spanning the River Avon, this Palladian structure attracts the curiosity of many. Popping into one of the café...Read more
  7. Prior Park

    4.5 (6139 Votes)
    Prior Park

    Park, View Point, Architecture , Hill

    The park and house are on a hill, so they give lovely views of the town. The house was supposedly built to demonstrate the use of Bath Stone in architecture, and has a wonderful manor-like atmosphere. The architecture, in combination with the landscaped garden and the Palladian Bridge all combine to create a serene and rich trip back in time. In good weather, the park looks like something out o...Read more
  8. Grand Pump Room

    4.5 (9118 Votes)
    Grand Pump Room

    Historical Site, Food And Drinks

    Another of Bath’s historic buildings, a visit here is usually preceded by a visit to the Roman baths, which is right across the street. Built using bath stone and with Corinthian architecture influences, visitors usually come here to sample the waters that flows into the Roman Baths. The idea is that drinks the rather unsavoury tasting water and sees all your ills cured. Coming to the Pum...Read more
  9. Theatre Royal Bath

    4.6 (7727 Votes)
    Theatre Royal Bath

    Art And Culture, Entertainment, Performance, Theatre

    This theatre is quite prominent in the British stage scene, and perhaps the most important outside of London. Many West-End productions are given a trial run here before moving on to the big city. That’s not to say that the shows tend to fall short. The setting is pretty intimate, so you feel like you’re part of all the action happening on stage. Classics like Fiddler on the Roof an...Read more
  10. Great Pulteney Street
    Ideal for relaxed strolling past the Laura Place fountain, then down towards the Holborne Museum, around Sydney Gardens, then back up to Great Pulteney Street, this is a lovely walk and the film location for the 2005 version of Vanity Fair.
  11. Rajpoot Tandoori
    As one of the best Indian restaurants in the country this is well worth the splurge. It is centrally located next to Pulteny Bridge and the food is exquisite while the service is top class. If you are a fan of Indian food, it doesn’t get better than this when in Bath. Phone Number :- +44 1225 466833
  12. The Porter

    Restaurant

    The Porter, also known as the Clayton’s Kitchen is set up in s sophisticated and bright atmosphere to give the visitors a comfy experience as they sit back on the plush couches or the wooden chairs to enjoy their delectable and well-garnished food and artisan wines. From Monday to Saturday, you can have Smoked Salmon Sandwich, Cold Roast Scottish, Sirloin of Beef, Wookey Hole Cave Aged Ch...Read more
  13. Yak Yeti Yak

    4.5 (159 Votes)
    Yak Yeti Yak

    Food And Drinks, Restaurant

    Yak Yeti Yak is one of the most famous restaurants in Bath. Set in a cosy basement, the food is very delicious and tasty, with great vegetarian offerings as well. Their service is friendly and attentive which makes your time here a great one. There are a number of different seating options- from tables, to bar stools, to floor cushions and to outdoors. The beer choice could do with an update to...Read more
  14. The Royal Crescent Hotel
    This luxury hotel occupies two of the central buildings in Royal Crescent. Both buildings are Grade I listed and were built by John Wood the Younger. If you really want to get to know the city of Bath, this is the place to stay. Phone Number :- +44 1225 823333
  15. Roman Baths
    This is the must-see tourist attraction in Bath. It was built by the Romans 2000 years ago and is fuelled by the country’s only mineral hot springs. Take a stroll through the rooms that made up the baths and see Georgian, medieval and Roman architecture.