Activities and Family Activities in Bath

Discover Bath

Bath is a beautiful city located in the south west of England. In 1987 the city was inscribed as a World Heritage Site, designated by UNESCO in order to preserve its natural and cultural heritage. Although the city is famous for its beautiful architecture, iconic sights and fascinating history, all of which attracted visitors for thousands of years, there are plenty of other things to do in Bath too…

There are thriving culture and shopping opportunities, outstanding architectural sights and the ability to escape to one of the many green spaces around and just outside the city.

How about taking to the skies and viewing Bath from above with a hot air balloon flight? The Royal Crescent and other such iconic sights look equally as stunning from the sky as they do from ground level!

Experience the magic of the Kennet & Avon canal and for your day out to be one of your best memories of Bath and the surrounding area. You will find a large number of boating services here offering you different types of boats to meet your taste.

The city itself is cross-sectioned by Route Four of the Cycle Network, with the surrounding countryside containing many scenic cycle routes; The Two Tunnels, which forms the longest cycling tunnel in the UK; the Bristol to Bath Cycle Path; and the Kennet and Avon Canal path.

Water Sports

Water temperatures range from 18º C in May to 26º in August making the island ideal for all sorts of watersports, including jetski, parasailing, banana boat, flyboard, boat trips or even a relaxing pedalo.
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Cycling & Walking in Bath

Cycling & Walking

To discover the natural beauty of the coast and countryside, get yourself out and about on a bike or go on an organised walk and you will see Bath’s nature in all its splendour, both wild and wonderful.
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Quad Bikes

If it's off-road excitement that gets you all revved-up, then how about a 3 hour excursion astride a chunky quad bike to discover some of the most stunning beaches on Bath's west coast.
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