Take A Seat: Theatre Royal Bath

Originally built in 1805, Bath’s Theatre Royal was beautifully refurbished in 2010, with The Main House providing a year-round programme of high calibre performances; from drama, comedy and opera to West End productions and dance, ...

Fine Seafood and Grill: Loch Fyne

Loch Fyne can be found on the corner of Milsom St and is set in a landmark Grade II listed building in the heart of Bath’s historic city. The restaurant offers a feeling of grandeur, within its light and inviting floor space. As an ...

Dress It Up: The Fashion Museum

The Assembly Rooms may be something to marvel at in themselves, but it may be lesser known that this historic event space also hosts the Fashion Museum, home to holds a world-class collection of contemporary and historic dress. ...

Visit The Circus & Assembly Rooms

Originally called King’s Circus, the circular formation of Georgian townhouses was designed by architect John Wood, the Elder, with construction beginning in 1754, sadly he would not oversee much of the project, but his ...

Festive Fun: In & Around Bath

While Bath Christmas Market is certainly the city’s sparkling centrepiece, there is so much to discover in and around the city this festive season. From ice-skating to enchanted forests, frost fayres and pantomime, you’ll find an ...

Best of British: Hall & Woodhouse

If you’re looking for a special dinner in splendid surrounds, then look no further than the Hall and Woodhouse; a striking bar and restaurant tucked away near Queen’s Square in the heart of Bath. Originally an auction house in the ...

Autumnal Delights at Dyrham Park

If you go down to the woods today you’re sure of a splendid display of autumnal colour and foliage at Dyrham Park. The 270-acre estate, consisting of open parkland and a stately house is an ideal setting for a sensual stroll as the ...

Experience the Magic: Bath Christmas Market

Discover the magic of Christmas in Bath this winter, with the return of the award-winning Bath Christmas Market from Thursday 28th November—Sunday 15th December. Prepare to enjoy 18 days of festive joy, with 150 sparkling chalets set ...

Wander Round the Cathedral City of Wells

Nestled to the south of the Mendip Hills, the Cathedral City of Wells is known to be England’s smallest and takes its unexpected city title, from the iconic 13th century Gothic style cathedral found at its centre. The current structure ...

Visit the Royal Crescent & Museum

Undeniably one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, the grand curvature of the Royal Crescent, was built between 1767 and 1775 and designed by John Wood the Younger. This sweeping terrace sits proudly above one of Bath’s green spaces ...