A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bath invites you to explore its unique mix of stunning architecture, rich heritage and rolling countryside.
No trip to Bath is complete without a visit to the Roman Baths Temple or Thermae Bath Spa. Here you can bathe open-air in warm, mineral-rich waters - a tradition in the city for almost 2,000 years. The Spa's are built on the site of the original Roman baths, and are popular with tourists from around the world.
Literature lovers can visit the home of legendary author Jane Austen at Green Park, where you can learn all about her homelife in Georgian England - and even try writing with a quill in the room where she penned her novels.
For something really wild, visit Longleat Safari and Adventure Park; home to hundreds of species of animals, as well as the famous World Hedge Maze, a "jungle cruise" and much more.
Bath’s fantastic shopping opportunities are split into several areas, each brimming with its own character. The centre of Bath features all the usual favourites, such as high street stores, gift shops and quaint little cafes.
Slightly off the beaten track, you’ll find a network of little cobbled streets and hidden precincts. Stroll around charming boutiques, designer stores, bookshops, adorable tea shops and farmers’ markets selling local produce.
Bath is bustling with free fun for all the family; from scenic strolls along canals to acres of picturesque parks and more.
Looking for more free stuff to do in Bath? Check out Visit Bath to find out what's on now.
The Pump Room: the ultimate cream tea treat after a visit to the Bath Spa temple
The Olive Tree: delicious, locally-sourced, award-winning food, based in beautiful surroundings.
Or plan a trip to coincide with one of the many food and drink events that run throughout the year.