1. Royal Crescent, Bath
  2. Clifton Suspension Bridge
  3. UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath
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Bath & Bristol

Discover Bristol & Bath 

  1. The Royal Crescent in Bath at twilight
    The golden city of Bath has been welcoming visitors for over 2,000 years. Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Bath is home to some of the most impressive architectural sights in the world such as the Royal Crescent, the Circus and Pulteney.
  2. Roman Baths Bathing Complex
    Epicentre (and raison d'etre!) of the Heritage City.
    1. 1 Mar 202419 Jul 2024
    2. 20 Jul 202431 Aug 2024
    3. 1 Sep 202431 Dec 2024
  3. children in front of plane
    With Concorde as its stunning star attraction, Aerospace Bristol takes you on a fantastic flight through history. From the earliest aeroplanes, through two World Wars, the Cold War and the space race - discover incredible feats of aviation and step aboard the last Concorde ever to fly.
    1. See displays and artefacts explaining the history, construction and maintenance of the world famous Clifton Suspension Bridge
      1. The Holburne Museum
        Experience critically acclaimed exhibitions of historical and contemporary art and events against a backdrop of renowned eighteenth century portraits, Renaissance bronzes, ceramics, silver and embroidery. The Garden Café serves fresh seasonal lunches and delicious cakes.
        1. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
      2. The Jane Austen Centre Shop
        All things Austen-related!
        1. 1 Apr 202431 Oct 2024
        2. 1 Nov 202431 Mar 2025
      3. No. 1 Royal Crescent
        No. 1 Royal Crescent is a museum which has been decorated and furnished just as it might have been during the period 1776-1796. The rooms feature historic furniture, pictures and objects that reveal what life was like for Bath’s fashionable residents – both upstairs and downstairs. The museum is a charity.

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