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A city steeped in history...

Chartered in 1590 by Queen Elizabeth, Bath school trips give students the chance to take in a city that actually dates back to pre-Roman times when ancient Britons dedicated a shrine to the goddess Sulis which is the roots of Bath’s Roman name ‘Aqua Sulis’.
Bath gained renown for the natural springs from which it gains its modern name. The city has had a number of notable residents Including a number of notable authors such as Jane Austen and Dame Jacqueline Wilson.
In recent times the city's stunning Georgian architecture has made it a regular on the big screen. bath has been a location for a number of TV shows and films including Les Miserables, Dracula, The Duchess and Poldark.

Bath Hotel Options



Includes: WiFi, TVs, 24hr Reception, Cafe

Hilton Hotel Central

Hilton Hotel Central

Includes: WiFi, Restaurant, Baggage Storage, 24hr Reception, Gym, Meeting Rooms

Premier Inn City Centre

Premier Inn City Centre

Includes: TVs, Free WiFi, 24hr Reception, Restaurant, Air Conditioning

Excursions & Tours in Bath

A City Of Learning

The city is famed for its rich history, Bath’s Roman roots continue to throw up surprises and as recently as 2007 over 17,577 Roman coins were found in the city centre during the building of a new hotel. Architecture, textiles, literature, Americana, astronomy, medicine and sport are all key Bath school trip subjects that feature heavily in both the history of Bath and many of its key museums.

Bath has a number of famous alumni that have come through its various schools and colleges. Most recently it is Bath University (‘Team Bath’) that has had great success and is considered one of the UK’s leading sporting universities after helping to hone the skills of Amy Williams, Colin Jackson, Jason Gardner, Eilidh Doyle, Helen Glover and Jazz Carlin.


Bath Facts - Did you know...

  • Edgar, England’s first King was crowned in Bath
  • Uranus was discovered from a back garden in Bath in 1781
  • Two of Jane Austen’s novels are set in Bath, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion
  • Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein while living in the city
  • The city is a UNESCO world heritage site
  • Bath School Headmaster William Harbutt invented Plasticine as a replacement modelling material for his art classes
  • Norland College (est 1892) is famous for training nannies that provide childcare for rock stars and royalty and are even trained in high speed getaways

Places to go, people to meet...

Great Bath Locations

  • The Royal Crescent
  • Roman Baths
  • Pump Rooms
  • Museum of Costume
  • American Museum
  • Jane Austen’s House
  • Holburne Museum
  • Bath Abbey
  • Pulteney Bridge
  • Bath Circus
  • Royal Victoria Park
  • Assembly Rooms

Famous Bath Residents

  • Jane Austen
  • Mary Berry CBE
  • Dame Jacqueline Wilson
  • King Louis XVIII
  • Andrew Lincoln
  • Johnny Depp
  • William Pitt
  • Ken Loach
  • Mary Shelley
  • Sir Roger Bannister
  • Sir Clive Woodward
  • Nicolas Cage
  • Amy Williams MBE
  • Ann Widdecombe
  • Van Morrison
  • Thomas Gainsborough
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