Other Things to do in Bath
If you’re looking for cool things to do in Bath that you won’t find at the top of every tourist list, we’ve put together a guide for you. The centre of Bath is only a 20-minute drive from Toghill House Farm.
- Bridgerton Walking Tour
When: Daily at 11 am and 2 PM (Feb – Dec) for 1 ½ hour length tour
Where: Central Bath
Flock to Bath’s Bridgerton walking tour and promenade through the many famous historical filming locations for the Netflix runaway success, Bridgerton. Sites across Bath include Featheringtons, Madame Delacroix’s shop, Lady Danbury’s house and others. Tour guests are given headphones for the walking tour to be able to listen to music and sounds from the show. For people aged 13 years +, £15 ticket fee. For more information.
- Fashion Museum
When: Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am-5 pm, Last entry at 4 PM
Where: Fashion Museum, Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath BA1 2QH
One of the best historical fashion and clothing museums in the country, Fashion Museum Bath is renowned the world over. With almost 100,000 objects in the museum’s collection, step back in time and figuratively walk in the shoes of our ancestors. Exhibitions change throughout the year, so make sure to regularly check for the latest news. Pre-buying tickets are recommended to avoid disappointment. Children under 6 go free, Adult £10 ticket fee. For more information.
- Bath Vintage & Antiques Market
When: Last Sunday of every month 8:30 PM – 4 PM
Where: Green Park Station, Green Park Road, Bath, BA1 1JB
One of the biggest a best vintage and antique markets in the South West, the Bath Vintage & Antiques Market will have something for everyone including fashion, and interior and exterior décor, from small trinkets to furniture. From recent vintage to the past century and beyond, the Bath Vintage & Antiques Market covers decades of our history. Each piece has its own tale and backstory, which can continue and grow when you take them home. For more information and dates.
- Lacock & Castle Comb Tour
When: Daily between March and October 1:30 PM
Where: Central Location in Bath, such as the railway station.
Take a tour of the picture postcard villages of Lacock & Castle Combe from Bath’s city centre. Lacock is not only known for its glorious scenery, but it’s also home to most famously Harry Potter’s Hogwarts interior. Many of the classrooms in the films, such as Snape’s Defence Against the Dark Arts classroom are filmed in the Abbey. Castle Combe is also known to have a stroke of fame by being the location for scenes in films including the 1967 Dr Dolittle and 2010’s War Horse. The tour then finishes with a class English Cream Tea, included in the price. £185 Private tour fee. More information.
- Bailey Balloons Hot Air Balloon rides
When: Between April – October
Where: Bristol, Bath, South Wales.
For an exclusive treat in and around Bath, experience a view like no other with Bailey Balloons’ hot air balloon rides. With many varied packages to suit everyone for all occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, celebrations, bucket lists and much more. information about balloon rides and answers to FAQs can be found on the Bailey’s Balloons website. Prices from £145. More Information.
- Victor’s Lair Escape Room
When: Daily from 11 AM to 5 AM, except Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM.
Where 37 Gay Street, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2NT
Can you and your group of friends work out how to escape Victor Frankenstein’s Lair? Part museum, part immersive visitor experience, Mary Shelly’s House of Frankenstein is a one-of-a-kind attraction, set in a Grade II listed property in the centre of Bath. Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein is highly immersive and contains ominous audio and visual effects, darkened environments and scenes of a disturbing nature. Even though it is open to all ages, it is for the parent’s and guardians’ good judgement as to whether the house is suitable for their children. Different pricing options start from £15.50. For more information.