Explore Bath’s Green Spaces

Though it is best known for its architectural marvels, Bath is also a city with plenty of parks and gardens which are simply asking to be explored. Many of the city’s green spaces have remained an intrinsic part of community over the ...

Get Cultured at the American Museum

Travel beyond the grand Georgian façade of Bath’s historic centre, with a journey through American history, beginning with its early settlers, right through to the twentieth century. The American Museum offers a notable collection of ...

Visit Bath’s Holburne Museum

This marvellous cultural attraction is centred around the collection of Sir Thomas William Holburne (1793-1874), fifth baronet of Menstrie. Originally destined for naval career, until he inherited his family title and adjoining ...

Treat Yourself to a Spa Day

Ah, Bath, its streets are steeped in years of rich history, but this spa city is also renowned for its thermal mineral water, derived from the Roman Baths. Today visitors to the city can not only visit this ancient site, but enjoy the ...

Banish Those January Blues: Tucking Mill View

It can be hard to get into the swing of things after the merriment of the festive season. Within days of returning to work, you’re already thinking about greener pastures, you need a holiday. Why not banish those January blues with a ...

Taste of Nepal: Yak Yeti Yak

Travel across the culinary globe with an exclusive taste of Nepal at Yak Yeti Yak, Bath’s only Nepalese restaurant. The family-run establishment is truly one-of-a-kind with an eclectic mix of artefacts and memorabilia from their local ...

Michelin Star Experience: Olive Tree Restaurant

Whether you’re in Bath for a long weekend or purely on business, it would be shameful if you weren’t to consider an exquisite culinary experience in the city’s only Michelin Star Restaurant. Known to be one of Bath’s longest ...

Brewing Heritage with Bath Ales

Bath Ales began in 1995, brewed from a micro-brewery in Wincanton, Somerset. Demand for Bath Gem quickly spread and as profits grew the brewery bought its own pub, the Hare on the Hill and moved their production to Bristol. Going from ...

Regency in History: Jane Austen Museum

If you’re a fan of anything Austen, then you will likely want to hit up the permanent museum dedicated to the great English writer, arguably Bath’s most famous resident. The Jane Austen Centre can be found nestled in the heart of ...

Visit Victoria Art Gallery

​If you’re a keen culture vulture then you may want to check out the Victoria Art Gallery whilst in town. Run by Bath & North East Somerset Council, the museum is open seven days a week and boasts a varied collection of paintings, ...