The city isn’t all about Roman baths. There are plenty of other attractions worth seeing.

As well as the famous Royal Crescent, Bath features another impressive and round landmark: The Circus. Initially called The King’s Circus, this fascinating sight is made up of three curved segments of Grade I listed townhouses, which are laid out in a circular shape. In 1942, during the Bath Blitz, part of The Circus was severely bombed, destroying several of the houses. They have now been rebuilt and restored in the original style.

The Theatre Royal, Bath, is over two centuries old and is one of the most important theatres outside of London. Constructed in 1805, the Theatre Royal was wonderfully refurbished in 2010. The Main House offers a year-round schedule of top-quality drama, including several plays, opera, comedy, dance and Sunday concerts, many of which originated in the West End.

Bath Abbey has been situated on a sight of Christian worship for over one thousand years. But it has undergone several transformations during that time and been through many transformations. It survived several large conflicts, including two world wars. King Edgar, the first king of England, was crowned on this site in 973AD.

Royal Victoria Park is the ideal place for picnics. You can sit in front of the Royal Crescent. The park spans 57 acres and it has plenty to offer, from duck ponds to adventure playgrounds. The park dates back to 1829 and is named after Victoria who opened it in 1830 aged 11.

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