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Have fun in Bath this Summer

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to plan some time away whether it’s for a couple of days or a few weeks! If you’re looking for a fantastic getaway to recharge your batteries, enjoy some entertainment and do some sightseeing, it’s well worth checking out Bath.

The largest city in the county of Somerset in England, Bath is an approximate two hour and a half drive from London — and accessible from many locations across the country.

Looking to visit this fantastic city this summer? Here are some of the top attractions to make your trip one to remember.

Step back in time at the Roman Baths

Visitors to Bath will flock to the city’s incredibly preserved Roman Baths located in the centre of town. These historic hot springs are a must-see for anyone who stays in Bath, with some astounding structures that make for a great photograph.

Take a stroll across the original Roman pavements and visit the ruins of the Temple of Sulis Minerva. Be sure to view their award-winning and world-class museum collection while you’re there!

Enjoy Bath’s top bars & pubs

For craft beer lovers, Bath has an amazing range of bars and pubs to frequent during your stay, with many of them stocking local beers including Abbey Ales, Bath Ales and Electric Bear. The West Country is also home to some amazing cider, so be sure to enjoy some of the apple-based beverage while you’re there!

Wadworth’s Victorian tower brewery is a highlight too for those that enjoy their tipple.

Take a hot balloon ride

There’s no better way of seeing a city than getting a bird’s-eye view! If you happen to get a sunny day with clear skies, get a unique perspective with a hot air balloon ride. The blimps take off at dusk or dawn when the city is at it’s most beautiful.

It’s definitely an experience (and view) that you won’t forget! So for those who have a head for heights, it’s worth booking in.

Spend time in an internet cafe

For a relaxing time after a busy day during the early evening, check out one of Bath’s internet cafes where you can play online casino games in the company of others – or even just on your own!

There’s an extensive variety of games to play include classics like Poker (have you tried Texas Hold’em online?), blackjack, roulette, slots and so much more. Online games have become more popular than ever and there’s options available to suit almost everyone's taste! Stick with an old favourite or if you’re feeling adventurous, try something new!

Go on Treasure Hunt Bath

Spend an afternoon enjoying a beautiful walk with friends and family while learning about the city and crack clues when you book the Bath’s Treasure Hunt online.

They offer a self-guided, puzzle-solving tour that’s great for the whole family. It’s exciting enough for adults and teens with some challenges, but younger kids can enjoy the experience too! It’s a great way to spend a few hours in Bath. And who doesn’t love a treasure hunt? 

Enjoy some theatrical drama

The Rondo Theatre is located in an old church hall in Larkhall, just a short walk from the city centre. It’s the go-to spot in the area for independent productions, touring shows as well as some amazing performances, all of which you can find the stories behind it at Rondo Theatre online. The company community theatre group which has been around since 1953 is a gem of a find and one that’s loved by locals and visitors alike!

Check out a gig

For music lovers, The Bath Forum is a must-see. An astounding Grade II-listed cinema, its stage is now the home for major touring bands, tribute acts, indies, comedians and musicals. Decked out with wooden fixtures and gold leaf flourishes, with 1,600 seats (in a now iconic green), the Bath Forum is the city’s biggest venue.

Famous former acts at this venue include Jamie Cullum, Paloma Faith and even The Beatles. So it’s definitely one to put as part of your agenda!

Go to a comedy night

And there’s no better palace than Komedia. Situated in Bath’s Grade-I listed Beau Nash House, this venue has won some incredible awards, including the Chortle Award for Best Venue in the West an Wales. It’s a great spot if you’re up for a bit of comedy but the location is also home to other events including club nights, film nights, burlesque, gigs and more.

They also are home to the Arts cafe where you can grab some coffee and delicious food made with local ingredients!

Visit the Jane Austen Centre

A trip to Bath isn’t complete without some time spent at the Jane Austen Centre. A one-time Bath resident, Jane Austen is probably one of the most famous authors of all time, and the Jane Austen Centre does well to tell her story with the help of some talented costumed actors.

According to the Bath Guide online, it is located in an original Georgian townhouse, which is while you’re here you can enjoy a cup of tea in the Regency Tea Room and bring home some souvenirs for yourself, friends and family at the gift shop!

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