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10 Things to do at Easter in Bath

See the Roman Baths in a Different Light

Tour the Baths at a torchlit evening opening over the Easter weekend. Enjoy live music from Elysium Brass on Good Friday and Easter Monday, or from the Bath Spa Quartet on Easter Saturday and Sunday. Look out for impromptu performances from the Natural Theatre Company and have a glass of Prosecco from the pop-up Prosecco Bar beside the Great Bath.
Friday 19th April to Monday 22nd April
6 pm to 8 pm

Hunt for a Cadbury’s Easter egg at a National Trust Property

Easter egg hunts will be fun for the children at Prior Park Gardens – a walk from the centre of town or a short bus ride – and Dyrham Park – 15 minutes drive from Bath. Both definitely worth a visit, with or without Easter eggs!

Go to the Mardi Gras at the American Museum

The American Museum is holding an American Mardi Gras Easter family fun trail with an “Easter prize” at th eend of the trail (wonder what that might be??). Reach the museum by bus from the town centre, on the ‘hop on hop off’ sightseeing bus tour or with a very short drive (easy parking). A fascinating, family friendly museum, housed in a beautiful Georgian manor house. Worth a visit for the house and views over the valley alone! (And there’s also a good café…)

Go Boating

Easter is late this year, so we can hope for lovely weather. Why not hire an electric boat or a Canadian canoe for a day out on the Kennet and Avon canal? Discounted rates with our Bath Reward Card but best to book soon as they do get booked up.

Have an ‘Easter Bank Holiday Taster’ at Thermae Bath Spa.

Combine a spa session with a tasty meal in the Springs Restaurant at the Spa (dine in comfort in your robe…). Available on Good Friday and Easter Monday. Must be booked in advance.

Go Shopping.

We have some fantastic independent shops which you will only find in Bath. If you’re interested in fashion, homewares, antiques, books (old and new), records, art, knitting, sewing, or pretty much anything else, you’re bound to find something to grab you!

Take Tea in the Park.

Enjoy the sun we’re all expecting with afternoon tea at the open air café in Parade Gardens. There might even be a band playing in the bandstand and the floral displays are always worth seeing.

Walk the Bath Skyline

Enjoy the beautiful views on this 6 mile scenic walk above Bath, which starts just a short stroll from the city centre.

Go to the Theatre

See Katherine Parkinson in “Home, I’m Darling” at the Theatre Royal. Book your tickets and we’ll collect them from the box office for you and have them waiting in the apartment.

Join Mad Max

Go on a small group tour to Cheddar Gorge with Mad Max Tours who run award winning tours around the area. All their tours start from the centre of Bath and you are entitled to a discount with our Reward Card but do book in advance – they’re very popular! Leave the driving to the knowledgeable, local guide and see the sights.

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