What to do in Bath

Friday 02 January 2015 by Karen Sheppard Bath is rich in culture, heritage and all things history. Take a glance at our guide of what to do to make the most of your stay.

Places to visit

Thermae Bath Spa is the only one of its kind in the UK - come and bathe in natural hot waters rich with minerals, just like the Romans and Celts did 2000 years ago.  Enjoy a choice of over 50 spa treatments, aromatic steam rooms, plus an indoor and outdoor pool, all to ease the body and sooth the soul.

Celebrating Bath’s most famous resident, The Jane Austin Centre is a permanent exhibition that offers a snapshot of the famous writer’s life during Regency times and looks at how living in this city affected and inspired her writing. She even lived on the same street as the Centre back in the early 1800s – the perfect setting to relive her life.

Set within a beautiful Georgian Grade II listed building and having been renovated in 2010, the Theatre Royal is one of the country’s best loved theatres - home to world class shows including West End productions, comedy, drama and opera. The Judas Kiss and Driving Miss Daisy are just some of the exciting shows coming to the theatre over the next few months.

Come and walk where Romans did 2000 years ago, along the pavements beside the steaming pool at the Roman Baths. One of the most historic buildings in Bath, this is the place to learn about the history of this beautiful city and witness the remains of life as it was thousands of years ago.

Want to find out more?

Bath is home to stunning architecture and famous landmarks, a place where culture and heritage come alive. Take a look here to discover everything to see and do in this city.

SACO Bath is located on one of Bath’s most central streets, so you can wander back to your own home-from-home after a busy day exploring the city and put your feet up with a glass of wine!

Staff Profile Picture
Karen Sheppard Apartment Manager

Read more articles by Karen Sheppard