Things to do
While we’re certain you’ll love the Bath Christmas Market, please be warned that you may need multiple days to explore this exciting city!
The World Heritage Site is famous for its aesthetically pleasing Georgian architecture, iconic sights and fascinating history, so why not come to Bath for a couple of days and really soak up all that Bath has to offer at Christmas time?
Delve into the Roman and Georgian eras at the city’s diverse collection of fascinating museums, allowing you to explore art, history, science and literature. There’s sure to be something in Bath’s rich heritage that piques your interest…
If you’re not a museum-lover, you might be tempted by the world-renowned spas. Bath is home to many luxurious spa hotels, but also has Britain’s only day spa, Thermae Bath Spa, where you can take a dip in Bath’s natural thermal waters.
There are also a number of established theatres (including the oldest Theatre in the country), or perhaps the cooking and crafty workshops available will entice you? For the more active, the many beautiful walking and cycle routes provide an exciting way of discovering the splendours of the city and surrounding countryside.
At night the city really comes to life with live music, comedy clubs and buzzing cocktail bars – you’ll be spoilt for choice for what to do after dark.
Whatever you choose to experience during your visit, we guarantee you’ll be reminiscing about your city break in Bath for a long time afterwards.
Some of our favourites in Bath this Christmas
Taste of Bath
A Bath fine food hamper company offering the best of artisan produce sourced within a 10 mile radius of Bath.
B&B’s and GuesthousesFrom £40
Find your perfect B&B or guesthouse at VisitBath.co.uk, the official tourism website for Bath and beyond.
British-made faux fur fashion accessories in luxurious fabrics, beautifully complemented by our traditional hand-made Starlight lanterns.
Spas Ancient & Modern Package
Make the most of Bath's natural thermal waters with a one day spa package experience that spans 2000 years!