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Things to do after work in Bath

This guide will take you through some of the best things to do after work in Bath.

Things to do after work in Bath

One of England’s most stunning cities, Bath is famous for its natural hot springs, stunning Georgian architecture, and rich history. It’s also an attractive place for businesses to call home, with over 8,500 companies based in and around the city. That’s a lot of people living and working in the area.

It will come as no surprise then that the city has much to offer. If you are looking for things to do after work in Bath, then you are in luck. From relaxing spas to lively pubs, Bath really does have something for everyone. This guide will take you on a journey through some of the best activities Bath has to offer after the workday is over. So, grab your friends or colleagues as we take you through some of the best things to do after work in Bath.

Take a dip at the Thermae Spa

We know it’s a bit obvious, but if you’re looking for the ultimate way to unwind after a long day, then a dip in Bath’s Therma Spa is hard to beat! The geothermally heated water in the spa along with the outdoor roof pool is an excellent way to relax and just chill out.


Stretch your legs over Pulteney Bridge

Completed approximately 250 years ago, Pulteney Bridge is hard to miss as it’s smack in the middle of Bath. If you’ve already been to Ponte Vecchoi in Florence or seen photos of it, then Pulteney Bridge is quite similar: a heap of buildings which house multiple shops along the bridge.

It’s perfect for taking a stroll and admiring the fine weather, while the surrounding riverbank offers one of the best sights in Bath, particularly if it’s sunny. Pulteney Bridge also offers a great opportunity to take an hour-long cruise along the River Akon.


Soak up Bath’s history & culture

Bath offers loads of museums to help you soak up its rich history and culture:

  • The Herschel Museum of Astronomy is the perfect way to escape into space without actually leaving the atmosphere. This is where William Herschel spotted Uranus while strolling in the museum’s garden.
  • The Bath Postal Museum, located in the old post office, is a treasure trove of British postal history.
  • The Victoria Art Gallery is home to a diverse collection, from paintings to sculptures and decorative arts. There are always new and interesting exhibits alongside permanent fixtures such as an impressive collection of oil paintings and portraits by Thomas Gainsborough.
  • Bath Abbey hosts a roster of events throughout the year. Take in the stunning architecture, marvel at the memorials or simply take time to light a candle and reflect.


Enjoy a pint at a local pub

Bath has a lively pub scene, and there are many cosy spots to grab a drink with colleagues or friends. The Bell Inn, a lively local cooperative, and The Raven are both popular choices.


Attend a live music event

The city has a vibrant music scene, and there are often live performances happening in local venues such as Komedia and Moles.

Bath has so much to do and discover, you’ll never be short of options.


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Francesca Dixon
Francesca Dixon

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