Gardens in Bath, England.
Bath Thermae Spa
The golden city of Bath has been welcoming visitors for over 2,000 years. Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for more than 20 years, Bath presents some of the finest architectural sights in Europe, such as the Royal Crescent, the Circus and Pulteney Bridge.
At the heart of the city next to Bath Abbey is the Roman Baths Museum, which gives a fascinating insight into the bathing complex and the great Roman temple of Sulis Minerva. Above the Museum you can taste the waters, take a meal and enjoy the music in the 18th century Pump Room.
Bath has a wide variety of museums and galleries including such gems as the Fashion Museum, Holburne Museum, American Museum in Britain, No 1. Royal Crescent, the Museum of East Asian Art and the Jane Austen Centre, which celebrates the life and times of Bath’s famous writer. The oldest house in Bath is home to the famous Sally Lunn bun which is still made to the original secret recipe.
Yet Bath is not buried in the past! Festivals, theatre and vibrant street entertainment, bring life and excitement to this beautiful city, and Thermae Bath Spa is the latest exciting addition to the city’s appeal. This state of the art complex, in the heart of the city, is a combination of the new and the old, where historic buildings complement new additions spectacularly. The new spa gives visitors the opportunity to once again bathe in Bath’s richest natural resource – its thermal spring water.
Gardens in Bath
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