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What to see by foot: Bath
The city's Roman Baths are over 2,000 years old and the main reason for Bath's
original significance, making the restored baths and Pump House a must visit.
Although it is no longer possible to bathe here, you can still taste some of
the water in the Pump House.
At the heart of the city lies the magnificent Bath Abbey, one of the finest
examples of Perpendicular architecture in Britain. It is especially noteworthy
for its great west window, sometimes called the 'Lantern of the West'.
The Circus and Royal Crescent are two of Bath's most famous addresses. The
Circus is a circular street and the Royal Crescent is probably the best known
building in Bath. No.1 Royal Crescent has been restored to its former glory,
as designed by John Wood, and you can see what life was like back in 18th century
Poultney Bridge is another important landmark in Bath, which traverses the
Avon River. This is quaint and unique bridge that houses shops and restaurants
on either side of the narrow roadway. It's a fun place to browse and sit and
have a drink, watching the boats on the river below.
The New Theatre Royal is one of the oldest working theatres in England. Built
in the early 18th century, this theatre still radiates magnificence and is a
wonderful place to enjoy a show.
The Museum of Costume and Assembly Rooms offers something different. The Museum
of Costume has a substantial collection of both men and women's fashionable
clothing from the 18th century. The Ball Room, Octagon and Tea Room were used
for dancing, music, card playing, and tea drinking and have been restored to
their 18th century splendour.
Selection of hotels in this region:
Ston Easton Park
Royal Crescent Hotel
The Bath Priory Hotel & Restaurant
Hilton Bath City
Lucknam Park Hotel
Lansdown Grove Hotel
Menzies Waterside Hotel
Macdonald Hotels, The Francis
Macdonald Hotels, The Bath Spa Hotel
Limpley Stoke Hotel
Combe Grove Manor
Comfort Inn Bath
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