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Bath Attractions

If you're on the lookout for things to do in Bath, plan on being busy. This dynamic city knows how to turn on the charm. No matter your interests, you'll be amazed by the huge range of attractions to dive into here. Keep reading to learn about the best of them.

Discover the best sights in Bath with some popular tours & day trips, or get through our list of 111 fun activities in Bath. We have no booking fees and free cancellation, so you can rest easy and channel your energy into planning the perfect vacation.

Things to Do in Bath with Kids

There are plenty of memorable experiences in Bath that the whole gang will enjoy. Here are some of the best family friendly experiences in the area.

Free Things to Do in Bath

Traveling to Bath on a budget? The following can be experienced for nix.

Fashion Research Centre - Old or young, this gallery will pique your imagination and capture your attention.

Bath City Farm - We all love spending time with animals, and you can get a glimpse of some interesting ones here.

Recreation Ground - You can't top this place if you want to kick your heels up and join in on the fun.

Pulteney Bridge - If you're captivated by times gone by, this is one stop you ought to visit.

Queens Square - Rub shoulders with the local people and seek out the real personality and vibrancy of this place.

Bath Central Library - Make room in your itinerary to visit this site of local significance.

St John The Evangelist Church - Incorporate a little spirituality into your trip by visiting this religious site.

Little Solsbury Hill - It's easy to feel connected with Mother Nature at this breathtaking spot.

Henrietta Park - Whether you can distinguish your apple trees from azaleas, you'll no doubt find beauty in this attractive display.

Explore The Neighborhoods of Bath


Travelers come to Frome for its abundant dining options, and you can see top attractions like Black Swan Arts and Nunney Castle while you're in town.

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Bath City Centre

The lively bars and relaxing spas are top of the list for many visitors to Bath City Centre. A stop by Thermae Bath Spa or Roman Baths might round out your trip.

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Visitors to Bathampton enjoy its gardens, and if you want to do some exploring, Cotswolds is worth a stop.

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Upper Town

Upper Town is popular for its abundant dining options, and if you're looking for more to see and do, you might think about a trip to Royal Crescent or Bath Assembly Rooms.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Bath on a rainy day?

What is Bath famous for?

Make it a priority to visit Roman Baths and Bath Abbey if it's major attractions you're chasing.

What should I not miss in Bath?

If you want to see the best of this place, add these sights to your itinerary:

  • University of Bath
  • Royal Crescent
  • Theatre Royal Bath
  • Jane Austen Centre

What can you do in Bath for free?

You could store your money in the hotel safe for the day, because these terrific attractions won't cost you a thing:

  • Bath Assembly Rooms
  • Bath Christmas Market
  • Pulteney Bridge
  • SouthGate Bath