Many of Wiltshire’s most interesting sights are located near to Bradford-on-Avon, making it a popular place to stay or visit on a day trip. The Avonleigh Organic Vineyard and the Quoins Organic Vineyard are two of the interesting place to visit here. Also, well worth the effort are Westwood Manor and the Iford Manor and the Peto Garden.
Bradford-on-Avon has a number of cultural attractions nearby that make great places to visit. Visit some of the interesting artistic and historic collections including Roman Baths in Bath, Fashion Museum and the Jane Austen Centre. To experience the city’s dynamic artistic culture, book a show at one of the much-loved performing arts institutes such as the Egg Theatre in Bath, the Bath Theatre Royal and the Ustinov Theatre. Often talked about galleries, include the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath and the Museum of East Asian Art.
If the weather is good, follow the locals and make the most of the local natural destinations. Nature lovers will want to check out Alice Park in Bath, Alexandra Park and Henrietta Park, one of the places where visitors can spend time outdoors.
There’s no excuse to neglect your swing. Visit the Bath Golf Club in Bath to enjoy great greens and challenging bunkers.
Spend an evening high in the stands of Bath Rugby Stadium, Bath, cheering on the popular Bath Rugby. On match days the stadium becomes a sea of navy and white, as rugby union fans flock together to cheer on their home-grown heroes.
Finding somewhere convenient to stay close to Bradford-on-Avon is simple. If you’re looking for a warm welcome and a good nights sleep check out the Hilton Bath City, the Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery Collection, and the Oldfields House - Bed & Breakfast, Bath.