The Building of Bath Collection is a museum dedicated to explaining the building of the Georgian city of Bath during the 18th century. The collection is housed in the Countess Read more [...]
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Dunster Castle is an 11th Century castle on a wooded hill overlooking the town of Dunster. The castle has fine interiors and subtropical terraced gardens.
The American Museum in Britain is a beautiful collection of antiques covering American history from the late 17th to the mid 19th centuries. The exhibits are housed at the grade Read more [...]
The Jane Austen Centre is a museum dedicated to the life and works of one of Bath’s most famous residents, the 19th century writer, Jane Austen. Situated in Gay Street Read more [...]
Cleeve Abbey is a 13th centurt Cistercian monastry which boasts the most impressively complete and unaltered set of monastic cloister buildings in England. Standing roofed and two storeys high, they Read more [...]
The birthplace of Robert Blake (1598-1657), General-at-Sea, the Admiral Blake Museum houses a fascinating collection of local history and archaeology. There is plenty to see, from life in the earliest Read more [...]
Combe Sydenham is a 15th century manor house and Grade I listed building. Combe Sydenham Hall was the home of the Sydenham family from the fourteen hundreds to the mid Read more [...]
West Pennard Court Barn is a 15th-century barn with an unusual roof and upper floor made of compacted earth.
The Roman Baths is the site of the original public bathing house during Roman times, located in central Bath adjacent to Bath Abbey. Excavated during the 19th century, the Baths Read more [...]
The Museum of Bath at Work tells the story of the commercial development of Bath over the last 2,000 years and is located at Camden Works on Julian Road in Read more [...]
Clevedon Court an outstanding 14th-century manor house and 18th-century terraced garden. Managed by the National Trust.
Stanton Drew has three stone circles and the largest is the second largest stone circle in Britain, after Avebury. Great Circle is the largest stone circle at 113m in diameter. Read more [...]