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4 Underrated Attractions You Must See When in Bath

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It’s no wonder why Bath is called the most romantic city in the United Kingdom. It offers a quixotic mix of the old and new with its grandiose architecture and sweeping skyline views and heart-pumping activities like hot-air ballooning and Motorsports.

Whether you’re in the city for a short break or a longer stay with your loved one, Bath doesn’t run out of things for you to enjoy. When you’re done with the spots frequented by tourists, there are some not-so-secret places recommended by locals that you can also enjoy.

And one of the best parts about it is all of these attractions are just a quick walk away from any of the Bath city centre hotels or accommodations that you may be staying in.

1.  Fudge Kitchen

Indulge in smooth, creamy decadence at Fudge Kitchen. They make their fudges by the hand and in front of you on top of marble slabs and copper pots. Enjoy a variety of fudge flavours, from vintage vanilla and traditional toffee to more exotic ones like spiced gingerbread and coconut and lemongrass.

2.  Fashion Museum

Explore more than 30,000 original items of clothing from the 16th century up to the present day in the Fashion Museum housed in the elegantly-designed Assembly Rooms. If you’re in the mood, you can also play dress-up using the museum’s wide array of reproduction garments.

3.  Herschel Museum of Astronomy

William Herschel, the self-taught amateur astronomer who looked into space far beyond any man had dared in his time, discovered the planet Uranus in this five-floor Georgian townhouse in March 1781. You can still find the original artefacts and astronomical instruments he used for this important discovery in this museum.

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4.  Bizarre Bath

Take a walk down Bath’s streets at night and go hysterical as you take in a whole, new, not-so-traditional view of the city. This Bath comedy walk begins at 6 p.m. and starts at The Huntsman on Terrace Walk.

Bath has certainly something to offer for everyone. But if you’re not fond of the touristy spots and you’d rather avoid the crowds at Bath Abbey and the thermal baths, go get yourself some good fudges, explore fashion and astronomy, and laugh yourself silly at a comedy walk.

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