This summer go along and see an amazing exhibition entitled Coppiced Wood by Junko Mori at The Holbourne Museum in Bath. The exhibition is free and is on from 6th July to the 8th September so you have plenty of time to go see these amazing works of art. Junko Mori is a metalsmith with a passion for creating beautiful pieces of art. The hand forged steel sculptures are unique and bear a resemblance to many shapes found in nature.
On the weekend of the 6th and 7th July the Bath Motor Pageant takes place at Walcot Rugby Ground where vintage, classic and beautiful cars as well as motorbikes are on show for you to see. The event promises to be a fun filled weekend for all of the family with some extra special vehicles making the trip to Bath to be displayed in all of their glory.
The spa city of Bath is pleased to announce a production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream this summer in the beautiful setting of Green Park Station. The station itself is a marvel of Victorian architecture, some of which dates back 150 years.
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.
Drama, music, theatre performances and more can be seen at the Ustinov Studio in the Theatre Royal, Bath. Over the last 3 years the Ustinov Studio has been the home of many acclaimed premieres of works made locally. This welcoming and beautiful theatre has received great reviews for their productions and you will find the architecture of the building itself is superb.
The enjoyment of seeing ancient skills brought back to life as well as wonderful pieces of handmade glass taking shape before your eyes can be seen this year in the spa city of Bath. At the Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass you can watch artisans blowing glass, take a glass blowing course or try your hand at stained glass making. You can find unique gifts and jewellery in the shop, order your own commissioned piece or learn more about the art of glass blowing from the friendly and experienced staff and tutors.
Bath is one of those cities that makes you want to take your time and walk your way around it. The nostalgic atmosphere and grand Georgian architecture that have made it famous are best viewed on foot. Happily, the World Heritage Centre Audio Tour can be downloaded as an MP3 free of charge, so visitors can enjoy a day discovering the city without missing a thing.
There are all kinds of things to see and do in Bath, but what about those days when you fancy trying something completely different during your stay? Well this is one for the foodies, as Flavour of Bath offer a whole day’s culinary experience right in the centre of the city.
No trip to Bath is complete without visiting the magnificent Roman Baths. The Romans helped to make the City of Bath world-famous and their legacy still lives on, even after all this time.
The city of Bath may be known around the world for its grand architecture and stunning cityscape, but there’s a natural side to it too in the shape of Bath City Farm. Visitors are always delighted to discover a traditional animal farm right in the heart of Bath, and the friendly residents always welcome visitors!