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Take flight in a balloon, bathe on a roof-top, slow down for some afternoon tea; there’s plenty to do and see in the World Heritage city of Bath.

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    The Holburn Museum

    The Holburne Museum is located in Sydney Pleasure Gardens, Bath, Somerset, England. The city’s first public art gallery, the Grade I listed building, is home to fine and decorative arts built around the collection of Sir William Holburne.

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    The Holburne museum

    The Holburne museum is an amazing location situated at the end of Great Pultney street. You can often see great art exhibitions at the Holbourne, along with other great events featuring talks and lectures, workshops and our favourite, movies under the stars. Admission is free, a donation is asked for to help ensure the Holbourne remains […]

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    The Makery

    The Makery. Not just a cloth and Haberdashery shop. They also run workshops ranging from embroidery up to learning how to make a pair of knickers ! They also run Hen Parties, Kids Parties , and Corporate parties.

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    The Pump Rooms

    Attached at the hip to the Roman Baths are The Pump Rooms. Offering the most elegant dining rooms in Bath. With views directly over the Roman Baths and a hot spring in the dining area. You will be enveloped in genteel luxury. Either the tinkling of a pianist or the soothing strings of the pump […]

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    Theatre Royal

    Brimming with history, the Theatre Royal Bathwas built in 1805,one of the oldest and most beautiful theatres in Britain.It is a Grade II* listed building and one of the more important theatres in the United Kingdom outside London.Comprising three auditoria, the Main House, Ustinov Studio and the egg theatre for children and young people, always […]

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    Victoria Art Gallery

    The Victoria Art Gallery is a free public art museum in Bath, Somerset, England. Cuts to funding from central government now mean that it has introduced charges for entrance to temporary exhibitions for the first time since the gallery was opened. Now the second most visited museum in Bath with 117,000 visitors a year, the gallery […]

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    Wool Shop Bath

    Wool is a wool shop in the centre of Bath offering a wide range of knitting products for knitting enthusiasts of all levels, beginners will prosper with the wealth of knowledge Laura and her team have, and the advanced knitters will find Wool a haven in which to browse and choose yarns and design patterns in […]