Tourist attractions that are nearest to BATH.
Sally Lunn, a young French refugee, arrived in England over 300 years ago. She began to bake a rich round and generous bread now known as the Sally Lunn Bun. This bun became a very...
Superb American 17th 19th century period rooms. Outstanding quilt collection. Inspiring Native American and Folk Art galleries. Special exhibitions and events. Breath taking grounds and views. Cafe.
Erected to commemorate the heroism of a Royalist commander and his Cornish pikemen at the Battle of Lansdown, 1643.
One of the finest accessible examples of a Neolithic chambered tomb, with its multiple burial chambers open to view.
Outstanding Edwardian garden: Italianate with colonnades, terraces, cloisters, an open-fronted casita, statues and ponds above river. Harold Peto lived here from 1899 until his death in 1933; skilful ...
A spectacular medieval monastic barn with slate roof and wooden-beamed interior.
Farleigh Hungerford was begun in the 1370s by Sir Thomas Hungerford, Speaker of the Commons, and extended in the 15th century by his son Walter, Lord Hungerford, Agincourt veteran and distinguished medieval statesman.