Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Bath is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Bath a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Bath.
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Abbey Church Yard, Bath BA1 1LZ, United Kingdom
09:30 am - 05:30 pm
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 cent...
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12, Kingston Buildings, Bath BA1 1LT, United Kingdom
09:00 am - 06:00 pm
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 obl...
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North of Queen Square, Bath BA1 1EE, England
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 te...
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14 Pulteney Bridge, Bath BA2 4AY, United Kingdom
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 curiosit...
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Ralph Allen Drive, Bath, Somerset BA2 5AH, United Kingdom
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 go...
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Great Pulteney St, Bath BA2 4DB, United Kingdom
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
This isn’t the greatest fine arts museum ever, but it lends the city of Bath a good deal of atmosphere in any case. It’s located in the Sydney Pleasure Gardens, which used to be one of Jane Austen’s more favoured strolling areas. Once upon a time the garden was in daily use by the rich and noble as a gathering point, and special e...
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Theatre Royal Bath, Saw Close, Bath BA1 1ET, United Kingdom
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...