Things to do in Bath on the Easter weekend

Looking for something to do on the Easter weekend in Bath?  Take a look at this list we’ve compiled to help give you a bit of inspiration and make sure you have the best Easter weekend possible.

Visit the Roman Baths


Take in a bit of Bath’s history and explore the Roman Baths.  Find out how the Roman’s settled here and made use of the healing properties of Bath’s natural thermal springs.  If it’s a family visit there are a number of activities to get the kids involved with and make this educational trip interactive and fun for the whole family.

Visit Bath City Farm


Easter being the time of new life and new beginnings, a trip to Bath City Farm is the perfect Easter weekend trip.  See all the newborn animals (and the old) and learn about nature and farming on this 37 acre plot between Twerton and Whiteway.

Join in at the Kids Crafty Easter Club


Take part in this fun interactive workshop at Julia Davey. Set up with the aim to inspire and build confidence in children by using a variety of art materials, the children will be encouraged to create various ‘animal’ themed outcomes based on their age (and within this there is planned differentiation for various abilities.)

Visit the American Museum


Visit our neighbours at the American Museum. The American Museum takes you on a journey through the history of America, from its early settlers to the twentieth century. With its remarkable collection of folk and decorative arts, the Museum shows the diverse and complex nature of American traditions. The only museum of Americana outside the United States, it was founded to bring American history and cultures to the people of Britain and Europe. A great day out and something a bit different over the Easter weekend.

Enjoy the Grounds at Combe Grove


Last but not least, why not pay us a visit and take a leisurely walk around our 64 acre estate over the weekend? One of Bath’s best kept secrets, the grounds are open to anybody to roam around and take in the spectacular views – you may even spot some of our resident wildlife. We’re lucky enough to have everything from deer to badgers, foxes, rabbits and even guinea fowl on our grounds here. To top it all off on Easter Monday we’re offering a traditional roast dinner, the perfect way to spend a relaxing Easter Monday.