Things to do in Bath at Easter

Take in the stunning Georgian architecture, discover the ancient Roman baths or get amongst the flourishing food scene – the list goes on and on of what has thousands flocking the streets of one of the UK’s most beautiful cities each year. We’ve made a mini Bath Easter-break bucket list to help you make the most of your trip. So, fuel yourself with some chocolate treats (it is Easter, after all!) and let’s get ticking off that list.

Find a little surprise from us at the end to see how Apex will make your Easter break truly memorable for the whole family!

Bath in History

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Dip your toes in some fascinating history and discover how our Roman ancestors took to living in the beautifully preserved historic Roman Baths. If your Easter break is a family affair, it’s the perfect place to get the kids involved with the interactive and fun activities they put on all year round. Keep your eyes peeled on their events page to see what’s to come this Easter, last year the younger ones loved creating their own mini Roman gardens.

Bath in Natural Mineral Waters

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Now, you’ve seen how the Romans do, it’s time to do as the Romans did! Your Easter break just got uber-relaxing and tranquil as it’s now time to immerse yourself in the naturally warm, mineral rich waters as the Romans did over 2,000 years ago. Conveniently, Britain’s only natural Thermae Bath Spa is only a 2 minute stroll from our Apex City of Bath Hotel. Perfect to unwind if it’s a romantic getaway, or when travelling with the family, take in the views of the city from their rooftop pool.

Bath in Chocolate

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Okay, not exactly as it sounds although if this does exist, do let us know! With the amount of Easter egg hunts around Bath though, it really is a chocolate lovers haven for Easter. This one is a feast for the eyes, set in one of Britian’s most spectacular natural landmarks, Cheddar Gorge. The caves will be lit up with the magical looking glowing eggs for their renowned Glow in The Dark Easter egg hunt.

Bath by Boat

Image: Bath Boating Station 

Easter falling slightly later this year means we all have our fingers crossed the weekend break will involve some sunshine. Why not get amongst nature and take in the UNESCO World Heritage city from the water? The Bath Boating Station reopens in time for Spring and their stylish wooden boats make for a fun day of floating that will certainly work up your appetite for some chocolate treats.

Bath by Farm

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Situated on the picturesque 37-acre plot in Bath, you’ll find plenty of family friendly activities over the Easter break at the Bath City Farm. There’s plenty of animals to spot, a community cafe and an Easter trail to complete – perfect to keep the kids on their toes! Their bouquet making workshops, feeding the animals and cooking classes are always a hit, too so be sure to check what’s on here.

Bath in Baked Goods

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Stroll down the quaint road, North Parade and not only will you take in the beautifully preserved Georgian terrace, but you’ll also find the oldest eating house in Bath. Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House & Museum is home of Bath delicacy, the original Sally Lunn Bunn, so you can peruse the museum with a baked bun or cup of tea in hand.

As always, you can expect some Easter fun when you stay at our Apex City of Bath Hotel and we’ll be putting on a fun Easter hunt this year! Stay in the loop on our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Book your Easter stay here now.