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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.
Wessex Water set to recruit 40 apprentices to work across the Bath region.
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.
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Parks & Gardens 


Parks & Gardens

The city of Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and as such has a wealth of museums and attractions representing many periods of its history.

The city’s diverse collection of fascinating museums allows you to unearth everything from where William Herschel discovered the planet Uranus to what was at the height of fashion 100 years ago and how Jane Austen spent her time in Bath. 


This unique museum explores the rich architectural history of Bath and it’s transformation from a provincial town into a world famous Georgian city with antique tools, displays on Georgian construction methods and a 1:500 scale model of Bath.

Fleet Air Arm Museum

The history of the Royal Navy is preserved for the benefit of today’s and future generations by the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) which includes four museums of the Royal Navy (NMRN Portsmouth & HMS Victory, Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Fleet Air Arm Museum and the Royal Marines Museum).

Together they tell the story of the Royal Navy – On the Sea, Under the Sea, In the Air and On the Land.

Alexandra Park

Opened in 1902 to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII, and named in honour of Queen Alexandra, this 4.5 hectare (11 acre) park is situated at the top of Beechen Cliff - giving magnificent panoramic views of the city, and
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Alice Park

Alice Park, A little gem on the eastern side of Bath. 8 acres of beautiful park where the children have fun, future tennis stars begin their careers on the tennis courts and ladies and gentlemen battle with boules on the pétanque square. In the park is a wonderful café offering
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Botanical Gardens

Less than a mile from Bath City Centre in the north west corner of the Royal Victoria Park, the gardens boast many choice trees, shrubs, a fine herbaceous border, a rock garden and pool, a scented walk, a collection of old shrub roses, and a replica of a Roman Temple (the City’s exhibit at the British Empire Exhibition held at Wembley in 1924). These are just a few of the many attractive and interesting fe
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Hedgemead Park

This attractive 2 hectare (5 acre) park owes its existence to a great misfortune which occurred when the houses that originally covered the site were destroyed by a landslide in the 1870’s. The land lay derelict for many years and the corporation eventually purchased this desolate
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Henrietta Park

When you walk in Henrietta Park you might think it is a normal park with nice trees and a lot of space for doing different kinds of activities. You will like the Garden of Remembrance. This garden is a small but gorgeous enclosure, where everybody can access except pets. There is a
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Hillier Garden Centre

Hillier Bath on Whiteway Road is in a stunning location on the outskirts of Bath city centre. From the terrace of their coffee shop, Café Linden,
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Sydney Gardens

Situated behind the Holburne Museum at the end of Great Pulteney Street, Sydney Gardens is Bath’s oldest park. Today the park contains fine trees, shrubberies,
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Bath Golf Club
Thermae Bath Spa
Canal boat cruises
Quad Biking
Bath Golf Club
The Nest Piano Bar
Kingsdown Golf Club
Sea Kayaking