Bathwick Boating Station
You can pilot your own vessel down the Avon from this Victorian-era boathouse, which rents out traditional skiffs, rowboats and Canadian...
Museum of Bath Architecture
This museum explores the story of Bath's architecture, with antique tools, displays on Georgian construction methods and a 1:500 scale...
Looming above the city centre, Bath's huge abbey church was built between 1499 and 1616, making it the last great medieval church raised...
Not many pubs are registered relics, but the Star is – it still has many of its 19th-century bar fittings. It's the brewery tap for...
Sam's Kitchen Deli
Situated on Bath's hippest street, Sam's is a perfect lunch spot, with set dishes (including a daily roast) served from pans on the...
Great Pulteney St · interesting places nearby
Holburne Museum information
Sir William Holburne, the 18th-century aristocrat and art fanatic, amassed a huge collection which now forms the core of the Holburne Museum, in a lavish mansion at the end of Great Pulteney St. Fresh from a three-year refit, the museum houses a roll-call of works by artists including Turner, Stubbs, William Hoare and Thomas Gainsborough, as well as 18th-century majollica and porcelain. Temporary exhibitions incur a fee.