Top Historical Places in Bath

Are you looking to explore the history of Bath through the ages? There are a number of historical destinations in Bath including the time-honored buildings, monuments, palaces, and parks where you can learn about the glorious past of Bath. The presence of these historical sites and museums will take you on a walk through Bath ‘s rich history.
If you are willing to have an in-depth historical information about Bath, we recommend that you take a wonderful guided tour to cover the major historical attractions. Also, check the opening and closing time for each so that you can organize your time. Make sure that you go through the complete list of historical places in Bath for a great trip!

Let's witness the history of Bath with these top historical places - monuments and landmarks:

  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. 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
  4. Stonehenge, Visitors Centre (s-bound)

    Landmark, Ancient Ruin, Historical Site

    Stonehenge is an atmospheric landmark with an excellent new visitor centre. Frequent buses run between the visitor centre and the stones, but it is worth walking to get a feel for the area. Free audio guides or an audio tour app is available, and the path takes visitors close to the stones, giving an excellent view. The visitor centre includes impressive recreations of huts and stones like tho...Read more
  5. Prince Of Wales Monument

    4.3 (78 Votes)
    Prince Of Wales Monument


    Constructed in the year 1783, the obelisk, popularly referred to as the Prince of Wales monument is dedicated to Frederick, Prince of Wales who died in the year 1757, who was a very devoted patron of arts. It was initially built to be 70 feet high, but a devastating thunderstorm shortened it considerably. Subsequently the height has remained constant, and it towers over all the other structure...Read more