Bath

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The Roman Baths
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4 reviews
Hot springs have drawn people here since prehistoric times, so it's...appropriate to begin an exploration of Bath at this excellent museum on the site of the ancient city's primary "watering hole." — Fodor's
Bath Abbey
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5 reviews
The abbey, built on the ruins of an 8C church, was begun in 1499. — Michelin Guide
American Museum & Gardens
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4 reviews
Welcome to Britain’s only museum devoted to Americana (and yes, it's odd that they'd have one!). — Frommer's
Fashion Museum Bath
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3 reviews
The museum displays pieces from the 17th century to the present on some 165 mannequins, with highlights including work by British designers like Mary Quant and Alexander McQueen. — Condé Nast Traveler
Pulteney Bridge
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5 reviews
This 18C bridge, designed by Robert Adam, is lined by small shops and domed pavilions on either side — Michelin Guide
No. 1 Royal Crescent
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3 reviews
First-time visitors are blown away by the sweep and elegance of the Royal Crescent, a dazzling 30-house development. — Frommer's
Holburne Museum
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3 reviews
When this mansion was Bath’s most exclusive hotel, Jane Austen kept an eye on the fashionable clientele from her nearby house. — Frommer's
Museum of Bath Architecture
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4 reviews
This museum explores the story of Bath's architecture, with antique tools, displays on Georgian construction methods and a 1:500 scale model of Bath. — Lonely Planet
The Circus
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2 reviews
John Wood designed the masterful Circus, a circle of curving, perfectly proportioned Georgian houses interrupted just three times for intersecting streets. — Fodor's
The Jane Austen Centre
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3 reviews
The one place in Bath that gives Austen any space provides a briefly diverting exhibition about the influence of Bath on her writings. — Fodor's
The Roman Baths Shop
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3 reviews
Founded in A.D. 75 by the Romans, the baths were dedicated to the goddess Sulis Minerva; in their day, they were an engineering feat. — Frommer's
Assembly Rooms
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2 reviews
When they opened in 1771, the city's glorious Assembly Rooms were where fashionable Bath socialites gathered to waltz, play cards and listen to the latest chamber music. — Lonely Planet
The Bath House
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2 reviews
The Royal Crescent contains this city's most stunning collection of Georgian architecture. — Frommer's
Victoria Art Gallery
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2 reviews
This relatively unknown gallery showcases the area's best collection of British and European art from the 15th century to the present. — Frommer's
Thermae Bath Spa
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3 reviews
One of the few places in Britain where you can bathe in natural hot-spring water, and in an open-air rooftop location. — Fodor's
Herschel Museum of Astronomy
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2 reviews
In the garden of this modest Bath town house, which he shared with his sister Caroline (an astronomer in her own right), William Herschel (1738–1822) identified the planet Uranus. — Fodor's
Museum of East Asian Art
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2 reviews
Bath's Asian arts museum contains more than 500 jade, bamboo, porcelain and bronze objects from Cambodia, Korea and Thailand, and substantial Chinese and Japanese carvings, ceramics and lacquerware. — Lonely Planet
Prior Park Landscape Gardens
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2 reviews
Today it's a school and the interior is not open to the public, but you may wander through the beautiful grounds, designed by Capability Brown and embellished with a Palladian bridge and lake. — Fodor's
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