World Heritage project under way

Work has officially got underway this week on the Roman Bath’s Archway Project which will provide a World Heritage Centre … More

Bath’s past helping its future.

Bath’s past has helped reduce the financial pressures on its future. Income generated by the city’s heritage attractions – alongside … More

How heritage makes money.

Another record year for the city’s world-famous Roman Baths with 1,202,491 visitors generating £23.3 million income and a surplus profit … More

We won’t sell the ‘family silver’ says councillor.

Bath’s world famous Fashion Museum could well be homeless in a couple of years but any thought of parting with … More

Clean sheet for laundry.

It might just be a building housing the city laundry, but that didn’t prevent the craftsmen who erected this 19th … More

Another bath comes clean.

A little bit more of the city’s ‘Imperial’ history is coming to light as archaeologists have begun re-excavating a hidden … More

Roman Baths steady in UK’s top 25 attractions.

The city’s Roman Baths and Pump Room has maintained its position in the UK’s top 25 attractions with more than … More

Easter activities

Parents might like to cast an eye through a host of fun, hands-on activities over the Easter school holidays being … More

With a little help from our friends.

Just in case you hadn’t noticed already, Bath is a big player in the heritage business. With Roman remains and … More

Hi tech at heritage site.

The city’s world famous Roman Baths have been the setting for the first major trial of the West of England … More

He’s back!

Bath’s Head of Heritage Services, Stephen Bird has completed his sponsored walk to raise money for the Roman Bath’s Archway … More

Walk out for heritage charity

The UNESCO World Heritage symbol – set in the cobblestones of Stall Street – is something Heritage Services chief Stephen … More

Lottery funding for Bath landscape.

Bath really is the city with the green fringe around the top. Topographically speaking we really are blessed to be … More

How city could benefit from seeing double. But suffer from a lack of loos!

Bath could benefit from a rare double-listing as a World Heritage site as part of an international Great Spas of … More

What a picture!

I am sitting in the jewel box that is Number 15 Great Pulteney Street – drinking a welcome cup of … More

Spring cleaning in autumn.

Of Bath’s three naturally-heated thermal springs, the largest rises in the King’s Bath – part of the Roman Bath’s tour … More

Museums Week

Museums across Bath & North East Somerset will host an exciting programme of special events and activities over October half-term … More

Getting news from the back of a van!

I seem to be getting more information from the streets of Bath than from B&NES when it comes to whether … More