The City of Bath is a great place to visit and we have listed the major attractions that you may wish to visit during your stay at The Parade Park Town House Bed and Breakfast.
Built around the natural hot spring which rises at 46C, the magnificent Temple and Baths are still remarkably complete and among the finest in Europe. The Bathing establishment flourished in Aquae Sulis between the first and fifth centuries A.D. and today after a tour, you can taste the water and enjoy tea in the 18th century Pump Room above the Temple. Free personal audio guides in eight languages are included in the tour.
The Museum of Costume & Assembly Roomswww.museumofcostume.co.uk
The Assembly Rooms is one of Bath’s finest Georgian buildings and is still central to the city’s social life. Very appropriately it also houses the Museum of Costume and its internationally renowned collection of fashionable dress.
Thermae Bath Spawww.thermaebathspa.com
Thermae Bath Spa is a day spa where you can bathe in the warm, natural mineral-rich waters and choose from a range of spa treatments designed to ease the body and soothe the mind.
No. 1 Royal Crescentwww.bath-preservation-trust.org.uk
Number 1 was the first house to be built in the Royal Crescent, John Wood's finest achievement. Tour the restored Georgian town-house and experience life in 18th century Bath.
Jane Austen Centrewww.janeausten.co.uk
Explore Austen's Bath from this centre, offering a look into Regency times and how the city affected her life and writing. Take a break in the comfortable tearoom and buy some treasured mementos in the gift shop. The walking tour is the opportunity to tread in the footsteps of one of Bath's most famous residents.
Bath City Sightseeingwww.city-sightseeing.com
With distinctive buses and friendly staff, the choice in selected cities between multi-lingual commentary or live guide, an exclusive Kids Commentary in some destinations, sightseeing has never been so much fun! Hop On and Hop Off as much as you like at any of the bus stops on the route and see all the best sights and attractions that the town or city has to offer.
The beautiful Georgian theatre offers the best of drama, comedy, opera, and dance all year round. Its many festivals include The Bath Shakespeare Festival and the Peter Hall Company Season (summer). You can tour backstage on the first Wednesday and Saturday of each month. Surrounded by many restaurants offering pre-theatre dinner specials, including the Vaults Restaurant (for pre-show dining) and the egg cafe (open throughout the day) which are actually housed in the Theatre.
Mad Max Tourswww.madmaxtours.co.uk
A family run company offering small group tours from Bath to places such as Stonehenge, Avebury Stone Circle, Lacock National Trust Village, Castle Combe and more.
The American Museumwww.americanmuseum.org
Perched on the hillside overlooking a stunning valley sits Claverton Manor, an elegant Georgian-style home built in 1820. It contains a unique collection of decorative arts, in period rooms, illustrating the way our colonial ancestors lived between the 17th and 19th centuries.
the unique evening entertainment that appeals to everyone. You'll laugh yourself silly when you join the celebrated stroll which takes an irreverent look at the city of Bath. You'll experience unforgettable mysteries, thrills, and surprises that stretch the traditional image of the city.
Victoria Art Gallerywww.victoriagal.org.uk
Hosting the best temporary exhibition programmes in the region, ranging from prints to sculpture, including national tours and major retrospectives, as well as housing 15th century to present day art by many leading artists.
This website is a great guide to artists, craftspeople, galleries, museums, exhibitions and events in Bath.
Gascoyne Place is an independent contemporary Public House & Restaurant within a unique Grade II Listed Georgian building, situated opposite the Theatre Royal in the heart of Bath.