Dyrham Park have organised a series of family fun days to help keep your children amused over the summer, go along and join in with the Tuesday Toddler Trails on various dates throughout June and July. Designed to help teach toddlers about shapes, numbers and colours using help from nature, the trails are ideal for little legs and fun for all ages.
For a fun family day why not head along to the Love Bath City Festival on the 23rd June 2013? This exciting festival is great for all ages and totally free to attend. There is plenty to do for the younger members of the family with bouncy castles, games and puppets shows, plus you can relax and enjoy the local musical talent, great atmosphere and there’s even free food and drink!
Pack up your picnic and get ready to enjoy a spot of alfresco dining at one of the most beautiful cities in Britain. The spa city of Bath boasts some magnificent places to enjoy the outdoors eat a meal with family and friends and possibly catch a few rays of the May sunshine. Choose from the many cafes, restaurants and pubs that take advantage of the weather and provide outside eating space for patrons or make your own, relax and enjoy the scenery.
Experience more than just the sights and sounds of the city with a trip to the Bath International Music Festival this year. Music can bring such a range of emotions and happiness to our lives; you will find the International Music Festival can entertain and inspire you and you will enjoy every moment of your stay in the spa city of Bath.
Art lovers and budding Picasso’s will love the architecture and delights of the spa town of Bath. Those with a keen artists eye will appreciate the beauty seen all around them and be inspired by the sights on every corner. An outdoor painting lesson is the ideal way to get your creative juices flowing and take home a lastly impression of this stunning town and all it holds.
The last few years have seen Bath’s Ustinov Studio discovered by the rest of the world, and as well as staging more than an amazing 18 premieres, the productions and work created in Bath itself have received rave reviews and thrilled audiences. The studio is perfect for those evenings when you fancy doing something different, and it also presents some of the most recognised faces in stand-up comedy, music and theatre throughout the year.
Bath’s Art Museum will be treating its visitors to a little Painted Pomp until 6 May, as a new exhibition on Art and Fashion in the Age of Shakespeare has been unveiled. Follow the fashions that made England remarkable, told by some of the most influential Jacobean portraits in the country. The art dates all the way back to 1613, and better still, it will displayed beside surviving dresses and costumes from the same period.