Local and regional delicacies certainly still feature in the lives of the residents and visitors to the spa city of Bath. Lovers of regional foods can find cafes and restaurants selling marvellous Lunn’s buns or you could take a wander down to the farmers market and feast your eyes upon the delicacies there. Bath has a great deal to offer from a broad range of locally grown and sourced veg to wonderful cheese and a marvellous selection of jams and chutneys.
After a long, dreary winter and less than perfect spring weather it is time to get out and about and enjoy the countryside in and around the spa city of Bath. Run by The National Trust is a 6 mile walk that you can join in with and see some of the marvellous sights of Bath on foot. Bring along suitable footwear and clothing plus a picnic if you want to.
One of only 4 Royal Navy museums the Fleet Air Arm Museum provides a great way to spend a day if you are in the Bath area. Only a short drive from the city and open daily from 10am until 5pm, this museum offers an insight into maritime and naval life through the years. The Fleet Air Arm Museum concentrates on naval service in the air and has extensive exhibitions for you to enjoy and learn about.
Whether fine food or local fayre is what excites your taste buds you will find an extremely wide range of flavours and food stuffs to make your trip to Bath the best ever. Choose from country pubs, to cosy cafes and award winning restaurants that are spread across this beautiful city. Bath is well known across the globe for its typical English foods, produced and sold not only locally and also as a very popular destination for travellers to visit.
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.
For the third year running Bath is hosting a festival of folk music that is sure to get your feet tapping and your body moving. From the 10th to the 18th August you will be treated to a fantastic line up of folk bands, music sessions and workshops that you join in with and explore folk music more.
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!
Stunning views of beautiful countryside and an array of historical stories are just a part of what you can find at Little Solsbury Hill near the spa town of Bath. Also known as Mount Badon, Little Solsbury Hill is a favourite spot for locals and visitors to Bath and surrounding areas and also walking enthusiasts.
Spring and summer are the ideal times to spend quality time or enjoy a break with your loved one or partner. And for the romantics among us Bath Abbey have now organised a romantic tower tour. Bath Abbey is a popular place to visit for tourists and visitors to the area, but the private and romantic tower tour adds a little something extra for the lovers out there.