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Places to visit in Bath in 2022

2020 is here and we can't wait for the year ahead with Bath braced for an amazing 12 months full of fun, adventure, tourism, and excitement! With so much to see and do in Bath, we've put together our comprehensive list of the top places to visit in Bath in 2022. Find out more below and get set for the best start ever to your new year.

No.1 Royal Crescent

No.1 Royal Crescent

Where: 1 Royal Cres, Bath BA1 2LR

About: Have you ever wondered what the brilliant city of Bath was like during the Georgian period when Bath took on the style that it still maintains in the 21st century? Then a visit to No.1 Royal Crescent is the perfect way to explore Bath as you travel back through history in this immersive museum. Decorated and furnished as it may have been during the period of 1776-1796, the No.1 Royal Crescent Museum is set in Bath’s most iconic area and provides you with a chance to step into history on their museum tour.

Features: Interactive museum tour, Georgian furnished, Live actors, Events.

Price: £6.50 to £13pp

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Better Bath

Better Bath

Where: N Parade Rd, Bathwick, Bath BA2 4ET

About: A trip to the Better Bath sports and leisure centre is a brilliant way to kick your 2022 into life with the brilliant centre boasting a swimming pool, feature-packed gym, sauna and range or fitness classes to get you back feeling fit and ready after an indulgent Christmas. Their new Better Health memberships give you access to over 200 Better centres across the UK and is a cost-friendly approach to taking out that new gym membership.

If you’re looking for something to do with the kids in Bath at the start of 2022 then look no further because Better Bath also has a sports hall, ten pin bowling alley, soft play, and Better Extreme trampoline park.

Features: Swimming pool, Gym, Ten pin bowling, Soft play, and much more.

Price: Various

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Bath Aqua Glass

Bath Aqua Glass

Where: 105-107 Walcot St, Bath BA1 5BW

About: Relatively new to the city, Bath Aqua Glass give you a chance to experience the art of glassblowing as you design, build, and take home a glass decoration of your choosing and making. Guided by their expert team, you’ll be taken through every step and given the chance to get hands on as you unleash your creative side and build a beautiful glass piece to take home with you. 

Features: Glass blowing, Demonstrations, Activities, Personalised decorations and much more.

Price: Various

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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

Where: 16 Royal Cres, Bath BA1 2LS

About: Arguably Bath’s most famous and luxurious hotel, an overnight visit to The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is the perfect way to start your January as you ease into 2022 surrounded by the finer things in life. Book a stay in one of their beautiful bedrooms, enjoy a five-star meal in The Dower House, traipse through the gardens, and treat yourself to serenity in the spa.

Features: AA Rosette restaurant, Luxury rooms and suites, Gardens, Spa, and much more.

Price: Various

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Bath Skyline

Where: Bath BA2 6EN

About: Bath boasts some of the best walks in the South-West so step outdoors and take a breath of fresh air to start 2022 with an adventure into the great outdoors. Great walks come with scenic views but there are perhaps few more beautiful than the sensational Bath Skyline that provides stunning views of Bath along its 6-mile route. 

Watch our video on Bath’s best winter walks below and see for yourself why we think a trip to Bath Skyline is a must for everyone in 2022.

Features: Stunning views of Bath, Walking route.

Price: Free

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Afternoon Tea at The DoubleTree by Hilton

Afternoon Tea at The DoubleTree by Hilton

Where: Walcot St, Bath BA1 5BJ

About: After undergoing a £12 million renovation in 2021, Bath’s DoubleTree by Hilton are a must-visit in 2022 with their afternoon tea offering one of the best you will find anywhere in the city. Make plans with friends over scones and champagne in Emma’s secret indoor garden and let the start of the new year be filled with delicious treats and scenic surroundings in the heart of Bath.

Features: Secret garden afternoon tea, bar, restaurant, luxury hotel, and much more.

Price: Various

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Bath Rugby

Bath Rugby

Where: The Recreation Ground, Spring Gardens, Bath, BA2 4DS

About: Bath Rugby play in the Gallagher Premiership and have endured a tough season, but don’t let that stop you from getting down to The Rec for 80 minutes of adrenaline-packed action that you’ll struggle to find anywhere else in the city. Soak up the atmosphere in the Rec crowd, drink beer and cider, and keep warm with some great stadium food as you get your dose of live sporting action in 2022.

Features: Live Gallagher premiership rugby, Alcoholic drinks, Food, Hospitality boxes.

Price: Various ticket prices available

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House of Frankenstein

House of Frankenstein

Where: 37 Gay St, Bath BA1 2NT

About: Launching last year, Bath’s House of Frankenstein is an immersive and interactive museum celebrating the life of Mary Shelley and her monstrous creation Frankenstein. Combining smells, sounds, visual effects, and an 8ft tall animatronic Frankenstein, along with an underground horror maze to explore, the House of Frankenstein is a must-visit. Discover the tragedies that fell upon the famous author as she wrote Frankenstein and explore how the monster has enjoyed global reach and fame. 

House of Frankenstein also has an escape room experience for you to try so if you’re looking for your first scare of 2022 then look no further.

Features: Interactive museum tour, Immersive experience, Animatronic Frankenstein, Horror maze, Escape room.

Price: From £12.50pp

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths

Where: Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LZ

About: The Roman Baths attract over 1 million visitors per year as visitors to the wonderful city of Bath explore the rich Roman history and still-functioning hot spring that was used thousands of years ago. Book a tour of the famous Baths and see for yourself how the ancient Romans transformed Bath into a city ahead of the times and live like a Roman for the day as you delve deeper into their great history.

Features: Roman museum tour, Audioguide, Roman Baths, Costumed characters, Restaurant, Shop, and much more.

Price: From £12pp

Dine out in the city

Dine out in the city

Where: Various restaurants and pubs around Bath.

About: Bath’s culinary scene is one of the best anywhere outside of London with a variety of different tastes, cultures, and restaurants fitting every budget available throughout the city. Dine out and let your tastebuds run wild in 2022 by checking out Bath’s best restaurants and great foodie spots. Check out our eating and drinking section by clicking below and use our flavour-packed guides to help you decide where to go for that next great meal in Bath.

Features: Restaurants and pubs of all cultures are available to visit around Bath.

Price: Various

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