Map & local info
Standing on Lansdown Hill above Bath, Beckford’s Tower is just over one mile downhill from the centre of the wonderful World Heritage city of Bath, with its wealth of museums and galleries, historic buildings, parks and gardens, restaurants, cafes and elegant shops - plenty of entertainment to suit all tastes.
The ancient Roman Baths are certainly not to be missed. In the summer months, the Baths are open until the evening, a truly magical experience in this remarkable building. Experience the natural thermal waters for yourself by taking a dip at the Thermae Bath Spa, whilst enjoying spectacular rooftop views of the city at the same time.
Take a stroll along The Royal Crescent and The Circus to absorb the historic atmosphere of two of Bath's famous landmarks, built between 1767 and 1775 and designed by John Wood, the Younger.
Lunch or afternoon tea at the Pump Room is a real treat. Look out for special offers alongside spa treatments at the baths for a truly indulgent experience.
For more information and ideas of things to do during your stay at Beckford's Tower, please see our Pinterest Map
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Lansdown Road, Bath