Things to visit near Bath

Close to Bath are many fabulous places to explore - you can go on a day off from classes or go on a guided tour with a Tour Guide and English teacher for the full immersive experience.

Landscape, history, food and drink; this part of England has it all.



Stonehenge is one of the most famous tourist sites in the country and it is within easy reach of Bath.

The site was used by our ancestors from 10,000 years ago and there are many theories as to its purpose; a giant calendar, a place of healing, an auditorium, a temple, or perhaps a landing pad for alien spaceships! Avebury is another ancient stone circle nearby, not as famous but well worth a visit.

Bristol Marina


Bristol has recently been voted the ‘coolest’ city in Europe, as well as the best city to live in in the UK.

It is just 12 minutes by train from Bath and the two places have had many links over the years. In Bristol you can take a boat on the ‘floating harbour’, look at the view from the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge, or go on a tour of the bountiful street art (including pieces by Banksy, native to Bristol).

Glastonbury Tor


Known for its festival in the summer, this town is a wonderful place to visit all year round.

You can climb up St Michael’s Mount, a small hill topped with a tower and spectacular views, visit the ancient ruined abbey where King Arthur was rumoured to be buried, browse the hippy shops or have tea and scones in a lovely little tea shop.

The Cotswolds


Within easy reach of Bath are The Cotswolds, rolling hills dotted with picturesque villages, they are an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).

You can go for walks, go to certain towns on Market Day, visit the beautiful stone churches or go and have some delicious food in traditional pubs. The Cotswolds are home to many famous English people, from politicians to rock stars - when you go there you will see why!

Chedder Gorge

Chedder Gorge

This is Britain’s biggest gorge and a registered AONB (Area of Natural Beauty), its ancient rock formations tell the tale of its past.

Of course, this is also the place to try Britain’s favourite cheese, cheddar, once always matured in the deep caves under the cliffs.

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