Savour the city with the longest memory.
Bath is the only English city to be inscribed as a World Heritage Site.
The full story of English city life is here, in Iron Age remains and the Roman Baths, the ancient almshouses of St John’s Hospital and the breathtaking Bath Abbey, and of course the remarkable Georgian terraces, squares and crescents.
The city is awash with the creamy gold of Bath stone, which was extracted nearby and became Bath’s signature at the height of the Georgian period.
The city is best known for its Roman Baths, for its streets of serene architecture and landmarks such as The Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge. Step inside the museum at 1 Royal Crescent and you can immerse yourself in Regency opulence, in rooms fully restored and furnished to match their Georgian grandeur.
Everyone who comes to Bath is touched by its inspiring beauty.