Since Spring is here and we’re all looking to get outside more, weather permitting of course, how about taking a look at what the Adventurous Activity Company in Bath are offering? If you are an enthusiast of outdoor sports and activities then the Adventurous Activity Company have something have all that you could need or want to make your trip to Bath simply perfect.
‘In the Footsteps of Jane Austen’ is a free MP3 walking tour put together by the Bath Tourism board and provides a great way for you to see the sights of Bath from the view point of Jane Austen. The MP3 audio tour will take you on a walk around the beautiful city of Bath and gives information about Jane Austen, her life, works and important place she stayed at in the city.
Bizarre Bath is a walking tour with a difference, instead of boring historical facts and dull information about various places, you will find history complimented with an hysterically funny insight and will be laughing your socks off in no time at all. Join in with the fun and laughter this tour brings and experience the bizarre side of Bath and all it encompasses. There will be giggles, chuckles and belly roaring laughter as you make you way around the city on this fun 90 minute tour.
A visit to the spa town of Bath gives you many attractions and events to choose from as well as a wealth of heritage, grand Georgian architecture and much more. Why not take a little time out and see what the Chapel Arts Centre and Cafe has going on, we’re sure you won’t be disappointed. Throughout the month of April the Chapel Arts Centre is playing host to some amazing and interesting shows from a wide range of genres – there is comedy, folk, Americana and more. Check out their website for full details and future events.
Are you looking for something unusual, out of the ordinary or just plain fun in the Bath area for your hen or stag event? Come on over to West Country Games for a day of fun, adventure and new experiences for you, your family and friends. West Country Games offers fresh air, fun and crazy antics for your hen or stag do and you won’t be disappointed.
The Museum of East Asian Art is located in central Bath and has the most impressive and unusual collection of East Asian Art found in the local area. Fine artwork from China, Japan, Korea and South east Asia is found at the museum and the range of materials used include ceramics, jades, bronzes, bamboo and plenty more.
There’s something just so picturesque and perfect when you see the world from horseback. So don your riding garb and head on over to Lucknam Park Equestrian Centre. The fully licensed riding centre is suitable or all ages or experience the equestrian centre boasts fantastic facilities in acres of country estate not far from the spa town of Bath.
Fun filled family days, picnics in the sunshine and an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city can be found at Alexandra Park. Located on top of Beechen Cliff, this popular city park has stunning views, wide open spaces and makes for an ideal day out with family or friends. Alexandra Park was opened in 1902 and plays a large part in the history of the spa town of Bath and its residents.
Set in one of the oldest buildings in Bath is the Sally Lunn’s Museum. This is the place to discover all about the creation of the famous Bath Bun, the lady who started it all off and how the Sally Lunn’s Bath Bun became a firm favourite of locals and visitors to the beautiful spa city of Bath. Much more than just a museum, you will find fabulous food, history and much more at the Museum and there’s even time for a nice cup of tea or two.
Non-stop laughter, fabulous entertainment and an atmosphere that’s friendly and welcoming can be found at Komedia in the spa town of Bath. This venue is one of the highlights of entertainment found in the city and well worth a visit. Presenting the very best in live comedy, cabaret, musical performances and film, Komedia is at the forefront of the entertainment sector in Bath and has already made a name for itself as a great place to go at any time of the year.