Sightseeing & Culture

Bath Abbey
11a York Street,
Bath

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Come and experience the special atmosphere and rich history of this holy and uplifting place.

Pilgrims and visitors have been made welcome at Bath Abbey for hundreds of years. As one of the most visited places in the South West, we welcome hundreds of thousands of people through our doors each year, but are fully aware that every visitor comes with their own expectations, beliefs and purpose.

Whether it’s to admire the wonderful architecture, to enjoy exceptional music in a beautiful setting or to join us in prayer, come and experience the Abbey’s rich history and special atmosphere for yourselves.

Dyrham Park
Dyrham, near Bath, Gloucestershire,
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An elegant seventeenth-century mansion and deer park set in acres of rolling countryside.

An historic herd of fallow deer roams freely in the 270 acres (110 hectares) of ancient parkland, full of magnificent trees and breathtaking views.

Young explorers can run free in the Old Lodge picnic and play area, take part in a nature trail and tick off challenges on their 50 things list.

Splendid borders, idyllic ponds and a wildflower orchard are all features of the stunning West garden which is being sensitively developed as a 21st-century garden with echoes of the past.

Visitors can get a flavour of the richly luxurious17th-century life enjoyed by founder William Blathwayt by stepping into the impressive baroque mansion house.

Holburne Museum
The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath,
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The Holburne Museum (formerly known as the Holburne of Menstrie Museum and the Holburne Museum of Art) is located in Sydney Pleasure Gardens, Bath, Somerset, England. The city’s first public art gallery, the Grade I listed building,[1] is home to fine and decorative arts built around the collection of Sir William Holburne.

Library and Archive
As well as its important collection of fine and decorative art, The Holburne Museum also holds about 4000 books

http://www.holburne.org
The Egg theatre
Theatre Royal Bath, Sawclose,


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Since opening in 2005, the egg theatre has provided a unique venue for children’s, young people’s and family theatre, and become a nationally recognised hub for exceptional outreach work with young people, community groups, schools, universities and colleges across the country.

The Egg (styled as the egg) is a theatre in Bath, built specifically for the use of young people. It was converted from a former cinema and church hall by architects Haworth Tompkins. The Grade II listed Victorian building houses the eponymous ‘egg’-shaped auditorium, around which an arts cafe, rooftop rehearsal space and basement technical workshop are arranged.

The Little Theatre Cinema
Little Theatre Cinema, St Michaels Place, Bath
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Films, Weddings, Events Space Hire, Screen Hire

Originally built in the 1930s, The Little Theatre has kept it’s vintage, art-deco style that makes you feel like you’re stepping back into the past. Showing a range of the latest films in the two screens, the Little also specializes in showing vintage films every Sunday, as well as foreign films and documentaries on Tuesdays and during the week. The cinema screens are also available to hire for weddings, as well as the new events space opening soon that can be used for a range of services.
The Little also has ‘Big Scream’ showings every Wednesday at 10:30, specifically for parents or carers with babies under the age of one. It allows you to see the latest films without feeling like you might disturb the screen – with the house lights being left slightly on and a changing table at the back of the screen available to use at any time.
There’s also ‘Toddler Time’ every Tuesday at 11:00. Exclusively for parents or carers with preschool children, these screenings show short films to help your toddler get used to the cinema experience, whilst also being fun for you little one.
‘Kid’s Club’ is also on every Saturday, with activities starting from 10:30 and the film starting at 11:00. Exclusively for parents or carers with children, a different film is shown every week with creative activities related to the film before the film starts.

0871 902 5747