Victoria Art Gallery
Houses a collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts. Special Exhibition: Toulouse Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre runs from 15 February to 26 May 2020.
Free entry, situated at the end of Pulteney Street. They host artist exhibitions from time to time.
“An impressive art gallery set in Sydney Pleasure Gardens. Permanent collection and some interesting special exhibitions including Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years which runs until 25 May 2020. Lovely café.”
“A must see for anyone visiting Bath. One of the finest and most important historic Roman sites in Europe, built around 70AD. Incredibly well-preserved remains of the Temple of Minerva and the Roman baths. ”
“National Trust owned landscape garden with views over Bath. Includes refreshment shed and seating and one of four Palladian Bridges in the world. About 20 minutes walk from the annexe. ”
“Found in Green Park Station this small vegan cafe has a deservedly good reputation. As a non-vegan I love their menu and thoroughly enjoy their food and drinks.”
“Sydney Gardens, formerly ‘The Pleasure Gardens’, were laid out with the purpose of being a commercial pleasure garden, built behind the Sydney Hotel (now The Holburne Museum), which was intrinsic to Bath’s social scene. Jane Austen was an avid walker and enjoyed walking these gardens throughout her time living in Bath. The gardens are still open to the public and feature tennis courts, flowerbeds and a replica of the Temple of Minerva, making it the ideal spot for a stroll or a picnic. There is also a path that leads down to the Kennet and Avon Canal”