NORTH SOMERSET, BATH & NORTH
EAST SOMERSET, BRISTOL and
SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE

 
 
Bath Aqua Glass - Glassblowing Demonstrations           Bath        Craft Centre       www.bathaquaglass.com
Description: Glassblowing Demonstrations Mon-Fri 11.15am & 2.15pm. Sat 2.15pm only. See our skilled glassblowers at work in one of the last freeblown production glass making studios left in the UK. See our ranges of beautiful aqua coloured glass inspired by the Roman and Georgian heritage of the City made entirely by hand using ancient techniques. Have a go at blowing a bubble of glass yourself! (charge applies). See our website www.bathaquaglass.com for further details.
Directions:  10 min walk from Bath Abbey. Nearest car park at Waitrose.   (BA1 5BW)

 
Ashton WindmillAxbridgeMill
Historic corn-grinding tower mill (static machinery). Viewpoint. Open Sunday and Bank Holiday afternoons Easter - September and Weds afternoons July & August.

Bath Assembly Rooms BathHistoric Building
The Assembly Rooms were at the heart of fashionable Georgian society, the perfect venue for entertainment. When completed in 1771, they were described as 'the most noble and elegant of any in the kingdom'. The Fashion Museum (Bath & North East Somerset Council) is on lower ground floor.

Bath Postal MuseumBathMuseum
With colourful and frequently changing exhibitions Bath Postal Museum has something to offer for everyone. Opening Hours: Monday Ė Saturday from 11am Ė 5pm (4.30pm in winter)

Blaise HamletHenbury, Nr BristolHistoric Building
A delightful hamlet of nine picturesque cottages. Designed by John Nash in 1809 to accommodate Blaise Estate pensioners.

Bristol Ferry Boat CompanyBristolBoat Trip - Cruise
Scenic boat trips around Bristol's exciting harbour and ferry service from attraction to attraction, daily all year round.

Farleigh Hungerford CastleBathCastle
In a picturesque valley of the river Frome, on the border between Wiltshire and Somerset and nine miles from Bath stands the remains of Farleigh Hungerford Castle. Started in the 14th century it still has much for the visitor to enjoy and provides a great day out for families with children, couples and even walkers enjoying the beautiful surrounding countryside. This fortified mansion was occupied for 300 years by the remarkable Hungerford family and today their intriguing, yet sometimes gruesome stories are told through graphic interpretation panels and a free audio tour. There are many hidden treasures - the chapel with rare medieval wall paintings and family tombs; extensive displays in the Priestís house; and for those who are brave enough to enter the crypt, thereís the best collection of human-shaped lead coffins in Britain.

Ghost Walks of BathBathWalk
Join our tours which are an enlightening experience. Take in this splendid city and watch the mysteries unfold - and perhaps feel a sprinkling of fear!

Prior Park Landscape Garden BathGarden
One of only four Palladian bridges of this design in the world can be crossed at Prior Park, which was created in the 18th century by local entrepreneur Ralph Allen, with advice from 'Capability' Brown and the poet Alexander Pope. The garden is set in a sweeping valley where visitors can enjoy magnificent views of Bath. Restoration of the 'Wilderness' has reinstated the Serpentine Lake, Cascade and Cabinet. A five-minute walk leads to the Bath Skyline, a six-mile circular route encompassing beautiful woodlands and meadows, an Iron Age hill fort, Roman settlements, 18th-century follies and spectacular views.

Sally Lunn's Refreshment House & MuseumBathHistoric Building
Experience the World famous Sally Lunn Bun. Still served at Bath's oldest house and baked to a unique and secret 300 year old recipe. Museum open daily.

Temple Church and GardensBristolChurch - Chapel
The 'leaning tower' and walls of this large late medieval church survived bombing during the Second World War. The graveyard is now a public garden.

Westbury College GatehouseWestbury-on-Trym, BristolHistoric Building
15th-century gatehouse to the 13th-century College of Priests where the 14th-century theological reformer, John Wyclif, lived.


 
All Saints ChurchLong Ashton
American MuseumBath
Angel Inn, TheLong Ashton
Architecture Centre, TheBristol
Arnolfini Centre for the Contemporary ArtsBristol
Avon Ski Centre Mendip Riding CentreChurchill
Avon Valley Country ParkKeynsham
Avon Valley RailwayBitton
Barley Wood Walled GardensWrington
Bath AbbeyBath
Bath Abbey Heritage VaultsBath
Bath Tourist Information CentreBath
Beckford's Tower & Museum, TheBath
Blagdon Pumping Station and Visitor CentreBlagdon
Blaise CastleHenbury, Nr Bristol
Bristol Blue Glass LtdBrislington
Bristol CathedralBristol
Bristol City Open Top Guided Bus TourBristol
Bristol Ice RinkBristol
Bristol Industrial MuseumBristol
Bristol International AirportBristol
Bristol Museum & Art GalleryBristol
Bristol Old Vic TheatreBristol
Bristol Tourist Information CentreBristol
Bristol Zoo GardensClifton, Bristol
British Empire and Commonwealth Museum, TheBristol
British Empire MuseumBristol
BRLSIBath
Building of Bath MuseumBath
Cabot TowerBristol
City Museum & Art GalleryBristol
City Sightseeing Bath
Claverton Pumphouse Kennet and Avon CanalClaverton
Clifton CathedralBristol
Clifton CollegeBristol
Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor CentreBristol
Colston HallBristol
Colstonís AlmshouseBristol
Court Farm Country ParkBanwell
Edward Everardís Printing WorksBristol
Explore @ BristolBristol
Floating HarbourBristol
Georgian GardenBath
Georgian House, TheBristol
Goldney HallBristol
Granary, TheBristol
Herschel House MuseumBath
Holburne Museum of ArtBath
Horse WorldWhichurch
Impossible Microworld of Willard Wigan, TheBath
Industrial MuseumBristol
Innocent Fine Art GalleryClifton, Bristol
Jane Austin Centre, TheBath
John Fosterís AlmshouseBristol
John Wesley's ChapelBristol
Kings Weston HouseBristol
Kings Weston Roman VillaBristol
Little TheatreBath
Matthew, TheBristol
Merchant Tailorsí AlmshouseBristol
Merchant Venturersí AlmshouseBristol
Mumfords VineyardBath
Museum of Bath at WorkBath
Museum of CostumeBath
Museum of East Asian Art, TheBath
No 1 Royal CrescentBath
Noah's Ark Farm CentreWraxall, Bristol
North Somerset MuseumWeston-super-Mare
Norwood FarmBath
Oldbury Court EstateBristol
Parade GardensBath
Radstock MuseumBath
Red LodgeBristol
Redgrave TheatreBristol
Riverside WalkBath
Roman Baths & Pump RoomBath
Roman Baths MuseumBath
Royal Fort HouseBristol
Royal West of England AcademyBristol
Severn Bridges Visitor CentreSevern Beach
Sherborne GardenRadstock
SmilesBristol
Smyth AlmshousesLong Ashton
SS Great BritainBristol
St Mary Redcliffe ChurchBristol
Sudeley Castle & GardensWinchcombe
Tailorís HallBristol
Theatre RoyalBristol
Theatre Royal BathBath
Victoria Art GalleryBath
WatershedBristol
Westbury ChurchBristol
William Herschel MuseumBath

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