Architecturally and historically the City of Bath really deserves a web site of its own. Famous for its Roman origins developed on the basis of the Romans finding natural hot springs, the town in Saxon times then became a holy shrine with King Offa dedicating and building the famous Abbey. Unfortunately the town and its famous baths went into decline until Richard 'Beau' Nash in the 1700s regulated the use of the baths and established Bath as an elegant Georgian city with an envied social position. The city of Bath is a fine tribute to this one man.
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The World Heritage Site of Bath and the beautiful countryside surrounding it is unique and unforgettable.
This comfortably sized city is packed with places to visit. Bath's rich diversity of museums, galleries, gardens and attractions are all within easy distance of each other.
Attractions within 5miles
- The Roman Baths
- Bath Abbey
- The Museum of Costume
- Jane Austen Centre
- The Building of Bath Museum
- The Victoria Art Gallery and Holburne Museum
- Thermae Spa Complex
And many more
Tourist Information Centre
Bath Tourist Information Centre,
Abbey Chambers, Bath, BA1 1LY
Tel: +44 (0)870 4446442
Fax: +44 (0)1225 477787
Open: Mon - Sat 9.30am - 6pm
Nearest Rail Station:Bath
Taxi:Bath Taxis: Tel: 01225 460606
Nearest Car Hire: Avis Tel: 01225 443311
Nearest Scheduled Coach Service: Bath
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