People usually visit this place if they have time to spare but the beautiful city of BATH, UK, has lots to offer. The surprisingly impressive city of BATH, can attract tourists visiting UK, with its English charm and ever-imposing 18th century Georgian architecture. Located in South West England, BATH, is just 90 minutes away from London Paddington station by train.
A UNESCO World Heritage site the city promises a jaw-dropping experience of its rich English culture and history. With its natural thermal water, BATH is a favourite Spa destination for a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. Being one of the most romantic places in UK, BATH has lots of places of interest to explore.
ROMAN BATHS: Lying in the heart of the city the Roman Bath is a historic site with a preserved public bath of the ancient world. Attracting millions of visitors round the year it is still functional with a natural hot water spring. The grandeur of the Roman Baths can be established from its entrance which has a high domed ceilings with intricately designed reliefs and gleaming chandeliers.
THE ROYAL CRESCENT: Built between 1767 and 1774 the Royal Crescent is one of the most iconic example of Georgian architecture to be found in Bath, UK. Designed by architect John Wood, the Younger, the Royal Crescent is a row of 30 terraced houses set atop Victoria Park in a sweeping pattern. A World Heritage site the Royal Crescent evokes the true essence of Bath with its semi ellipse of the palatial fronted terraces.
BATH ABBEY: One of the most famous tourist attraction in Bath, UK, the Bath Abbey is a parish Anglican church, an important place of worship. The 16th century church is a historic monument with splendid Gothic architecture. The most striking feature of the church is its western facade where you can see angels climbing up and down the stone ladders, and if you are game enough for a little slogging, the 212 steps to the top will give a captivating view of the city.
HOLBURNE MUSEUM: A Grade 1 listed building the Holburne Museum is the first public art gallery of the city. Located in Sydney Pleasure Gardens, Bath, UK, with the magnificence of the façade and impressive gardens providing an insight into its rich history. The Holburne Museum is home to some fine and decorative arts built around the collection of Sir William Holburne. The Museum is like a Pandoras Box with a huge collection of works by some of the most prestigious artists of the time. It has some amazing collection from the Golden Age Dutch works, paintings and sculptures, miniature objects, beautifully crafted crystal chandeliers along with some exquisite silver and china to name a few.
FASHION MUSEUM: It is an iconic museum of world-class collection of fashionable dresses from history. Housed in the Assembly Rooms in Bath, UK, it was started by Doris Langley Moore in 1963 , when she gave all her collection to the city of Bath. With almost 100,000 objects in its booty the Fashion Museum has decorated gloves from the Shakespearean era with emphasis on fashionable dresses for men, women and children from the late 16th century to the present day trends.