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Bath Attractions and Things to Do

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Free Landmark Unesco Historic Properties: Inner City (Upper Town)

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Royal Crescent, The Circus and Queen Square

0.8km
Royal Crescent, Bath. BA1 2LR
Royal Crescent, Bath
Royal Crescent, Bath

Royal Crescent, The Circus and Queen Square are three famous parts of Bath that you must visit. A pleasant walk starting from Queen Square, go up Gay Street to the Circus, west to Royal Crescent then return to Queen Square via Gravel Walk (or via Royal Avenue for those with push chairs/wheel chairs).

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Free Landmark Food Museums and Art Galleries: Inner City (Upper Town)

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Fashion Museum and Assembly Rooms

0.6km
Bennett Street, Bath. BA1 2QH • (01225) 477789
Assembly Rooms and Fashion Museum, Bath
Assembly Rooms and Fashion Museum, Bath

The Fashion Museum is one of the world’s great museum collections of historic and fashionable dress. Designated as a collection of outstanding national significance, the Fashion Museum was recently listed by CNN as one of the world’s Top 10 fashion museums.

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Landmark Unesco Toilet Food Museums and Art Galleries: Inner City (Bathwick)

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The Holburne Museum

0.8km
Great Pulteney Street, Bath. BA2 4DB • (01225) 388569
The Holburne Museum, Bath
The Holburne Museum, Bath

The Holburne Museum sits within its own grounds at the end of Great Pulteney Street with Sydney Gardens situated behind. A fascinating collection of art, porcelain, silver, books and furniture all housed in one of Bath’s fine buildings. There is now an admission charge to visit the collections.

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Free Toilet Parks and Gardens: Inner City (Beechen Cliff)

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Beechen Cliff and Alexandra Park

0.9km
Shakespeare Avenue, Bath. BA2 4RQ • (01225) 394041
View from Beechen Cliff, Bath

Beechen Cliff is located just south of the city centre and although a rather steep climb, the magnificent panoramic views of the city and the surrounding wooded vales and hills make the effort worthwhile. A popular postcard view of Bath over the past 100 years which can be found by turning left at the top of the steps.

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