October 23

Explore The Secrets Of Bath This Autumn

A mecca for the cultural traveller, the streets of Bath are the perfect hunting ground for hidden museums, pop-up shops, quirky bars and colourful markets. Autumn is a great time to set out and explore some of this spa city’s uncovered treasures. Here are some that should go onto your checklist.

Step inside the Royal Crescent

Did you know that you can step inside the façade of the Royal Crescent? Behind one of its famous Georgian doors at No.1 you can soak up Bath’s local history and step back in time to revisit how the Georgians used to live.

Tunnel your way beneath the Baths

If you’re feeling brave, venture deep underneath The Roman Baths this Halloween and discover the series of ancient twisting tunnels. Book a Tunnel Tour to explore this underground treasure but don’t forget your torch! thriving venue for local life & culture right in the heart of Bath, home to flourishing markets, independent shops, restaurants and cafés. Green Park owes its community spirit to a collective of independent shop owners, market traders, event organisers and volunteers. The team hand-pick a creative collection of traders, making it easy for you to enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. There's never been a better time to visit one of the Bath’s historical treasures, an undercover and open air attraction that is considered “a must for serious foodies and treasure hunters alike” Visit Bath 2016. Green Park Station is a thriving venue for local life & culture right in the heart of Bath, home to flourishing markets, independent shops, restaurants and cafés. Green Park owes its community spirit to a collective of independent shop owners, market traders, event organisers and volunteers. The team hand-pick a creative collection of traders, making it easy for you to enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. There's never been a better time to visit one of the Bath’s historical treasures, an undercover and open air attraction that is considered “a must for serious foodies and treasure hunters alike” Visit Bath 2016.

Uncover the beauty of Sydney Pleasure Gardens

At the iconic Holburne Museum at the top of Great Pulteney Street you will find a favourite spot for many during the 18th and 19th centuries. Jane Austen herself loved to perambulate about the grounds! Explore 12 acres of landscaped lawns or enjoy the view from The Holburne’s glass-walled Garden Café.

A market of delights

Head to Green Park Station’s Saturday market hall and discover a host of local treats and delicacies. Opened in 1869, Green Park Station is the original home of the UK’s Farmers’ Market and Green Park Station is a thriving venue for local life & culture right in the heart of Bath, home to flourishing markets, independent shops, restaurants and cafés. Green Park owes its community spirit to a collective of independent shop owners, market traders, event organisers and volunteers. The team hand-pick a creative collection of traders, making it easy for you to enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. There's never been a better time to visit one of the Bath’s historical treasures, an undercover and open air attraction that is considered “a must for serious foodies and treasure hunters alike” Visit Bath 2016.Shas become a thriving weekend market scene, with a host of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and eateries to keep you busy.

Stumble across the Hideout Bar

Tucked away behind York Street, opposite Sally Lunns, this sneaky bar is a Tudor gem in itself. Offering an unrivalled range of whiskies plus spirits and cocktails, this is the ideal way to end a crisp autumn day exploring the gorgeous city of Bath.

If you plan on visiting Bath in 2018 you can choose to stay at Hotel Indigo Bath. Just moments from Bath Abbey, Roman Baths and Pulteney Bridge, Hotel Indigo Bath accommodates 166 stylish rooms, each designed to reflect the influences of the architects and novelists who made Bath famous.

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