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Historic Bath

People from across the globe flock to our world heritage city to come and see the best bits of Bath

Bath classics

Bath wouldn’t be Bath without its best bits. World-renowned crescents, historic Georgian venues, 2000-year-old pavements, healing hot spring waters and fudge-hued stone that appears to glow are just a few of sights that people from across the globe flock to our world heritage city to come and see. Of course, these days, there are plenty more modern pastimes to add to your itinerary too. . .

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Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey

There is nowhere else quite like Bath Abbey, come and experience the special atmosphere and rich history of this holy and uplifting place. Visit website

Parade Gardens

Parade Gardens

Parade Gardens, a majestic park at river level over looking the weir, providing the perfect retreat from shopping! Visit website

The Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum

The Grade-I building was originally designed and constructed as a hotel, but is now home to a collection of fine and decorative art. Visit website

Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge, with its sweeping horseshoe-shaped weir, is one of Bath’s most famous views. Visit website

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths, in the heart of Bath, consists of the remarkably preserved remains of one of the greatest religious spas of the ancient world. Visit website

The Pump Room

The Pump Room

The Pump Room truly embodies what was once the heart of the Georgian social scene, when high society flocked here to take the waters. Visit website

Thermae Bath Spa

Thermae Bath Spa

In the heart of the city, Thermae Bath Spa is an award-winning natural spa where you can bathe in the country's only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters, as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago. Visit website

Royal Crescent

Royal Crescent

Bath’s most famed sinuous crescent, designed by architect John Wood the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774. Visit website

The Circus

The Circus

Originally known as The King’s Circus, this remarkable sight consists of three curved segments of Grade-I townhouses, arranged in a circular shape. Visit website

Victoria Art Gallery

Victoria Art Gallery

Including over 1,500 decorative arts and treasures - with collections ranging from the 15h Century. What wonders will you discover? Visit website

Henrietta Park

Henrietta Park

Henrietta Park is an oasis of tranquility, with places to sit quietly or take a relaxing stroll around the circular walk among trees and flowers. Visit website

Queen Square

Queen Square

The square was designed to join the houses in unison and give the impression that together they formed one large mansion when viewed from the south facing side. Visit website

Prior Park Landscape Garden

Prior Park Landscape Garden

It's the ideal spot for a wonderful walk and a picnic. Visit website

Beckford's Tower

Beckford's Tower

The only surviving example of William Beckford’s great architectural achievements. Visit website

Royal Victoria Park

Royal Victoria Park

This beautiful 23 hectare (57 acre) site is a favourite for locals and visitors alike. Visit website

Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park

On the summit is Alexandra Park, a wonderful, tranquil green space with mature trees and magnificent views over the city. Visit website

Sydney Gardens

Sydney Gardens

Popular for its bridge views and train spotting potential, this twelve acres park is a wondrous place for all to visit. Visit website

St Michael's Without

St Michael's Without

This beautiful Gothic church holds a long record of history just waiting to be discovered. Visit website

The Guildhall

The Guildhall

It is a beautiful location for all manner of corporate and private events. Visit website

City sightseeing Bath hop on hop off tour

City sightseeing Bath hop on hop off tour

Explore one of the UK's top five attractions with this 24-hour ticket aboard an open-top double-decker bus. Visit website

Cotswolds private tour from Bath

Cotswolds private tour from Bath

Experience the real Cotswolds: The beautiful countryside of the south. Visit website

Stonehenge and Salisbury private tour from Bath

Stonehenge and Salisbury private tour from Bath

Explore Stonehenge alongside a personal and knowledgeable local guide. Visit website

Roman Baths and Bath city walking tour

Roman Baths and Bath city walking tour

Your knowledgeable local guides will show you the very best of Bath both past and present. Visit website

Private South Wales day trip from Bath

Private South Wales day trip from Bath

Hop over the River Severn and cross the border from England into Wales with a full-day tour. Visit website

Lunchtime river cruise

Lunchtime river cruise

This lunchtime river cruise from central Bath takes you downstream on the river Avon through the outskirts of Bath. Visit website

25-minute Bath river cruise including Pulteney Weir

25-minute Bath river cruise including Pulteney Weir

One of England's most beautiful cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit website

Hot air balloon flight from Bath 

Hot air balloon flight from Bath 

Enjoy fabulous scenery as you float effortlessly over the Georgian city taking in the wonderful sights. Visit website

American Museum in Britain

American Museum in Britain

The American Museum in Britain takes you on a journey through the history of America. Visit website

Cafe 15

Cafe 15

The perfect classic-meets-contemporary hub for a relaxed and delicious meal in the heart of the city. Visit website

Bath Abbey tower tour

Bath Abbey tower tour

See the city from a new perspective and get the best vantage point possible in Bath. Visit website

Savouring Bath food tours

Savouring Bath food tours

The best artisanal food and drink purveyors courtesy of Savouring Bath. Visit website

Mayor's Guides free walking tours

Mayor's Guides free walking tours

A service that’s been offered since 1934 and continued even throughout World War II. Visit website

Roman Baths Above & Below tours

Roman Baths Above & Below tours

An area that contains previously hidden and exciting ‘in situ’ Roman remains. Visit website

The Comedy Walk

The Comedy Walk

Great for those that would like to see a flip-side to the city’s more traditional image. Visit website

Ghost Walks of Bath

Ghost Walks of Bath

The ghost walk guides have been thrilling visitors with the real-life stories of macabre goings-on, hauntings and the tragic events of Bath’s past... Dare you learn more? Visit website

The Bath Photo Tour

The Bath Photo Tour

The chance to learn how to take great shots of the city with the camera in your pocket. Visit website

Bath Boating Station

Bath Boating Station

A charming Victorian boating station on the edge of the River Avon. Visit website

Lady Lena

Lady Lena

Welcomed with a glass of champagne before settling back into the cushions for relaxing cruise with beautiful views. Visit website

Bath Mozart Fest

9 – 17 November

Bath Mozart Fest

9 – 17 November

A showcase concert featuring BBC New Generation Artists. Visit website

Jane Austen Festival

14 – 23 September

Jane Austen Festival

14 – 23 September

Dance workshops, walking tours, day trips, talks, foodie events and more... Visit website

Chapel Arts

Chapel Arts

From wine tasting evenings and world music to comedy nightto theatre - there's something for everyone to enjoy! Visit website

Komedia Bath

Komedia Bath

One of Bath’s best-loved entertainment venues is the place to be for a great night out. Visit website

Theatre Royal Bath

Theatre Royal Bath

A wonderfully varied programme of top-quality entertainment. Visit website

Ustinov Studio

Ustinov Studio

One of the most successful small-scale producing theatres in the country, the Ustinov Studio. Visit website

Little Theatre Cinema

Little Theatre Cinema

A three-screen art house cinema with bags of personality and charm. Visit website

Children's Literature Festival

28 September – 7 October

Children's Literature Festival

28 September – 7 October

Europe’s largest dedicated children’s literature festival is back in Bath! Visit website or read our blog!

The Egg

The Egg

A centre for creativity, innovation and young people at the heart of the Theatre Royal Bath. Visit website

Fashion Museum

Fashion Museum

Children of all ages are encouraged to find out more about contemporary and historic fashion over at the Fashion Museum. Visit website

The Holburne Museum for under 5s

The Holburne Museum for under 5s

Little ones will find plenty to entertain them over at the Holburne Museum. Visit website

The Roman Baths family fun

The Roman Baths family fun

There are activity trails for both under and over 7s, or they can meet the lively costumed Roman characters and chat to them about life in Roman Britain. Visit website

Bath Rugby

Bath Rugby

A club steeped in vibrant history and heritage and seeing them in action on a match day, at home in the Rec, is something we can’t recommend enough. Visit website

Bath Racecourse

Bath Racecourse

If you’re looking for a quintessential – and entertaining – British day out, Bath Racecourse is renowned as one of the country’s best small racecourses. Visit website

Two Tunnels Cycle Path

Two Tunnels Cycle Path

Experience 13 fantastic miles of walking and cycling between central Bath, Midford, Monkton Combe and beyond. Visit website

Bath Farmer's Market

Bath Farmer's Market

Bath Farmer’s Market is the go-to destination to find the best of local produce under one roof. Visit website

The Makery

The Makery

The Makery has taught over 80,000 people a new skill by means of their popular workshops, parties and events. Visit website

Bath Christmas Market 

22 November – 9 December

Bath Christmas Market 

22 November – 9 December

The 18-day extravaganza is the biggest – and most beautiful – Christmas shopping event in the South West! Visit website

The Bath Festival

11 - 27 May

The Bath Festival

11 - 27 May

The Bath Festival returns as a 17 day multi-arts festival from 11 to 27 May 2018 with music and literature at its heart. Visit website

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We guarantee the best rates around

Book direct with No.15 and we guarantee you the best rates around, as well as complimentary on-street parking, a late check out until 12noon and 10% discount in Cafe 15 (dinner Tuesday-Saturday and brunch on Sunday), not to mention complimentary use of the spa facilities when staying on a Sunday or Monday night! 

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