Top heritage things to do in Bath

  1. An iconic image of Bath, Pulteney Bridge was built across the River Avon in 1774. With cute little shops and cafés across it, it makes for plenty of Instagram opportunities!


  1. See where Jane Austen danced at the Bath Assembly Rooms. These elegant rooms were once at the heart of fashionable 18th-century Bath life.


  1. You can’t miss The Royal Crescent, one of Bath’s most-photographed sights. It’s a grand sweep of honey-coloured Georgian terraced houses. You can step inside No.1 Royal Crescent!


  1. Stretch your legs at Prior Park Landscape Garden, created in the 18th century. It’s set above Bath in a woodland-bordered valley with a picturesque Palladian bridge at its centre.


  1. Admire the glorious stained glass windows in 1,200-year-old Bath Abbey, which stands at the centre of the city.


  1. One of the finest historic sites in Europe, you can’t miss a visit to the Roman Baths. Wonderfully preserved, you’ll really get a sense of how they were in Roman days.

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