Bath

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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
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Worth a visit in its own right, with gardens modeled on George Washington's at Mount Vernon, and gorgeous views over the Limpley Stoke Valley. — Concierge
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This bridge is the oldest in Bath and is lined with quaint little shops across the length of it. I loved Bath because it was so picturesque and quaint, and the people are lovely! — Afar Magazine
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When this mansion was Bath’s most exclusive hotel, Jane Austen kept an eye on the fashionable clientele from her nearby house. — Frommer's
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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
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John Wood designed the masterful Circus, a circle of curving, perfectly proportioned Georgian houses interrupted just three times for intersecting streets. — Fodor's
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Jane Austen fans are sure to delight over the great exhibits and tea shop at the Jane Austen Centre, but more adventurous fans should take the walking tour of Bath held by the Centre on weekends. — Afar Magazine
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Make sure to stop by the Roman Baths to get a quick introduction to the long history of the healing waters of Bath — Afar Magazine
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These elegant rooms were built in 1769-1771 for the evening assemblies where people used to dance, play cards and drink tea. — Michelin Guide
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This symbol of Bath, the major achievement of John Wood II, was built between 1767 and 1774 — Michelin Guide
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Across the garden of a smart hotel is this elegant restaurant with gold and blue hues and a feature wall of hand-stitched silk. — Michelin Guide
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Considered curative for as long as 10,000 years—nobody knows exactly when the ancient Celts discovered the springs. — Concierge
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Intimate galleries on three floors display ancient and modern pieces, mostly from China but with other exhibits from Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia — Fodor's
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The Prior Park Landscape Garden is a National Trust landmark and totally perfect, beautiful garden and park with panoramic views of Bath. — Afar Magazine
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