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A star attraction

Advantages: Cheap, filled with fascinating historical items, family friendly, open daily
Disadvantages: Quite small so quick to get around, not easy to find, not wheelchair friendly, toilets in basement

...Being a loyal follower (aka a glutton for punishment) of the London Irish rugby team saw me on a day trip to the fabulous city of Bath steeped in history to witness yet another crushing away defeat. Arriving early I had a few hours to kill and having gain ...

Mildew82 17.02.2013 · Read full review
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Review of The William Herschel Museum, Bath

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Advantages: Beautiful Gardens
Disadvantages: Now closed for good

I live about an hours drive from Bath and had visited the bird gardens on many occasions. They were closed in 2001 and I hope I have saved any potential day-trippers a wasted journey. When open the tropical bird gardens were the ideal place for everyon ...

COOOEEE 27.12.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Rode Tropical Bird Gardens, Bath

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When In Bath...

Advantages: Plenty to see, good value for money, educational, well organised.
Disadvantages: Limited disabled access, can be tiring, often busy.

...ROMAN BATHS MUSEUM My eldest daughter has had her 13year-old German student, Linda, over for the past week and a bit. One of the places she was especially interested in visiting was the Roman Baths museum in, erm, Bath. Her English textbook has a whole ...

KarenUK 29.05.2003 · Read full review
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Review of The Roman Baths, Bath

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Bath's Baths

Advantages: Informative and interesting
Disadvantages: Quite expensive

The Roman Baths as you see them today aren't really Roman - they were built in Victorian times, but the Romans did bathe here some 2000 years ago. I visited in 2010 and admission to the Baths was £11.50 for adults (concessions available) and there is a Sa ...

Essexgirl2006 20.06.2011 · Read full review
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Bathing Beauties

Advantages: History,Beautiful city
Disadvantages: Something of a letdown, queuing, very crowded

Bath located in the West Country is a World Heritage site and rightly so, it is home to some of Britain's most well preserved historical sites such as the 'Roman Baths', 'Bath Abbey', the 'Royal Crescent', the 'Circus' and 'Pulteney Bridge'. Being labe ...

WormThatTurned 06.07.2003 · Read full review
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Review of The Roman Baths, Bath

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