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Bath News
Bath Racecourse has new branding reflecting the venue’s heritage and celebrates the opening of its new facilities which include a luxury grandstand overlooking the final furlong and a new hospitality stand.
Spectators at the Bath Half can enjoy spotting celebrities on Sunday 13 March as the 15,000 strong field makes its way round the 13.1 mile course.
“What’s on in Bath” is the leading “Go to” website for information to make your stay in the City enjoyable one. Packed with great ideas on What to do, Places to Visit, Top Restaurants, Events, Bath News, Sports, Attractions and much more.
Wessex Water set to recruit 40 apprentices to work across the Bath region.

What’s on in Bath

Find out what’s on in Bath with our comprehensive guide to getting out and about in this lively city. If you’re in the city overnight and are looking for places to stay, there’s a wide range of affordable and luxury hotels to choose in the city centre and on the outskirts.

The breathtaking city of Bath attracts visitors from all over the globe and rightly so as this world heritage centre offers Georgian architecture and vintage chic designs, with all this charm you can’t not enjoy your time in Bath and you will be blown away by the choice of activities you will be offered.

With its Roman foundations, Victorian Docklands and the magnificent Norman Cathedral rubbing shoulders with a bustling city centre that boasts a wide range of shops, markets, restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions, Bath is home to around 110.000 inhabitants – a third of whom are under the age of 25 years.

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With a whole exciting range of family activities to choose from, there will never be a dull moment in your visit.

No matter what time of year you plan on coming, there are broad range of fun-packed activities, from Horse riding, a trip to the theater or art gallery, or maybe for the history enthusiast in you, an outing to the Museum of science and industry.

Where to eat in Bath

Thriving with all kinds of restaurants, pubs and cafes, eating in Bath is always a satisfying and rewarding experience. If you just want a quick snack whist your out and about there’s plenty of places to eat including, cosy cafes and brunch spots, boasting hearty home-cooked meals.

With hundreds of places to eat, great value family activities and unique places to shop, make your visit to Bath a memorable one. 

Hamburger Hill

The Hamburger Hill Quad biking is the number 1 place for quad biking fun and thrills. Bath Quad Biking Experience the thrill of these all-terrain vehicles. It’s an exciting driving adventure on their purpose built track circuits.  
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Lady Lena

Lady Lena, a Victorian electric launch, is available for charter on the picturesque Kennet and Avon Canal anywhere from Bath to Bradford-on- Avon, is suitable for parties of between 2-10 people and can be chartered for anything from 2-6hrs.
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One Three Nine Boutique

Chic modern interiors compliment this traditional Victorian House. The stunning bedrooms are all completely individually styled using contemporary English design. All rooms offer sumptuously comfortable beds by Hypnos, flat wide screen televisions with digital freeview and DVD player, air conditioning, complimentary tea & coffee and wireless internet connectivity throughout.
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Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel

Their stylish, flexible meeting rooms and stunning location, make Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel the perfect meeting venue in Bath. Accessible to reach with landscaped gardens and plenty of grounds for your event, they'll provide an environment and dedicated meeting team to help you hit all of your meeting objectives.
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Bath Brew House

The Bath Brew House first opened it’s doors at the end of September 2013 on James St West at the heart of Bath’s city centre. They've specialise in great beer, delicious fresh food, and a fantastic atmosphere whether you’re after a quiet pint with the papers, or a big birthday bash with your nearest and dearest – they’ve got you covered!
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The Bath Priory

Their fabulous Garden Spa boasts four tranquil treatment rooms, including a dual treatment suite overlooking the gardens, a mediterranean inspired indoor pool, heated outdoor pool, elliptical steam pod, sauna and the Fitness Suite - enjoy the tranquil haven of these wonderful facilities.
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Hall & Woodhouse

Opened in 2010, Hall & Woodhouse is located in what used to be Bonhams auctioneers, with four floors including a stunning rooftop terrace. Dine in the restaurant, sip drinks in the potting shed, socialise in the pantry/common room or soak up the sunshine on the roof terrace. Private dining is available in the Pavilion, perfect for business meetings or events.
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Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park

Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park is packed with attractions suitable for the whole family to enjoy, from a huge indoor soft play arena with designated areas for toddlers and older children alike, to their very popular riverside walk (complete with educational guide) and a large variety of animals to see.
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Karting Nation

You don't need to be Jensen Button to tackle this track but you'll definitely feel like him as you race the 350m track at hair-raising speeds of up to 50mph at Karting Bradley Stoke, Nr Bristol. Their outdoor track is floodlit and available year round meaning there's never a bad time to put your foot down and burn rubber.
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Virgin Balloon Flights

Harnessing the success of Sir Richard's first flight across the Atlantic in 1987, Virgin Balloon Flights Limited was formed. Since its launch Virgin Balloon Flights has grown from flying around 10,000 people a year to over 30,000, making it the largest balloon rides business in the world.
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Bath Golf Club
Bath Golf Club
Canal boat cruises
Sea Kayaking
Kingsdown Golf Club
The Nest Piano Bar
Thermae Bath Spa
Quad Biking