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Bath and the surrounding area is brimming with things to see and do. Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Bath presents some of the finest architectural sights in Europe such as The Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge, alongside a diverse collection of museums and attractions including the Roman Baths, Jane Austen Centre, No.1 Royal Crescent and Thermae Bath Spa.

The Royal Crescent - aerial view
The Royal Crescent - aerial view
Built in 1767-1775 by John Wood the Younger.
©Neill Menneer
Royal Victoria Park
Royal Victoria Park
Designed in 1829 by Edward Davis and opened in 1830 by the Duchess of Kent and her daughter, Princess Victoria.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
The Royal Crescent
The Royal Crescent
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
Queen Square
Queen Square
Designed by John Wood the Elder and completed in 1736.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
The Circus
The Circus
Originally know as the King's Circus, started by John Wood the Elder in 1754 and completed by his son.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
The Roman Baths
The Roman Baths
The Great Bath, built by the Romans and fed by hot water from the King's Spring.
©Roman Baths
Pulteney Bridge by night
Pulteney Bridge by night
Built by William Johnstone Pulteney in 1769-1774 to Robert Adam's design. The bridge has shops on both sides.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
View from Pulteney Bridge
View from Pulteney Bridge
Looking over the weir from Pulteney Bridge.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
St James Square
St James Square
Designed by John Palmer and built in 1790-1793.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
Theatre Royal
Theatre Royal
Main entrance to the theatre.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
Bath Abbey
Bath Abbey
The present building dates mainly from the early 1500's.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
Parade Gardens
Parade Gardens
Designed by John Wood the Elder in the 1730's, with the former Empire Hotel in the background.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
Cavendish Crescent & St Stephen's Lansdown
Cavendish Crescent & St Stephen's Lansdown
Designed by John Pinch the Elder, in the early 1800's. Lansdown Crescent can be seen in front of the Church.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
Evening Lights in Lansdown Crescent
Evening Lights in Lansdown Crescent
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
The Saracen's Head
The Saracen's Head
A former coaching in, said to be the oldest pub in Bath. Charles Dickens is reputed to have stayed there in 1835, when working as a Parliamentary reporter.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society
Kennet & Avon Canal at Widcombe
Kennet & Avon Canal at Widcombe
The canal, which was excavated in 1799-1810, enters the River Avon near this point.
©Alastair Chalmers
Bath Photographic Society