You can count on Walcot House for a lineup of fun activities for adults in Bath. The former bakery boasts a gorgeous cafe restaurant, plus a further two floors to host comedy, live music, cinema nights and much more once the sun goes down.
Quirky Activities In Bath
Cor blimey, this historic spot is a beauty. So much so, you could easily wile away the hours checking out the famous landmarks. But if you're a little tired of just doing 'the usual' and heading to your regular hangouts, you'll want to get your teeth into something fun in the city. That's where we come in... Read on to uncover a lineup of quirky activities in Bath.
If you're craving outdoor adventure, a treasure hunt around the city's best landmarks, including Bath Abbey, sounds like a pretty good bet. You'll be challenged to crack puzzles, codes and riddles while you explore. As for your prize? X marks the spot of the local pub you can head to for 20% off your final food and drink bill.
Boater is a maritime-themed bar with a grand Georgian façade and plenty of seafaring knick-knacks to catch the eye. Having overlooked the iconic Pulteney Bridge since 1804, it's one of the most quirky places to eat in Bath. Topping it off is the urban speakeasy with graffiti mural walls waiting to be uncovered in the cellar bar.
Leading the list of unusual things to do in Bath with the family is a trip to Krowd Keepers Magic Theatre on Fridays and Saturdays. Tucked away in Ale House Pub, this unique gathering of some of the world's top magicians is not to be missed.
Looking for quirky bars in Bath? Clandestine drinking den Opium is hidden in the historic vaults on Grove Street, fronting an eclectic mix of Victorian and Renaissance-inspired interiors. Better yet, there's a secret room for intimate gatherings and tasty tipples aplenty.