Things to do near Bath this Easter
Planning to spend the Easter weekend in the beautiful city of Bath? To give you a helping hand, our team at the Limpley Stoke Hotel have chosen some top events and things to do near Bath this Easter…
Bath are celebrating the 10th year of their annual Comedy Festival, which will begin on Tuesday 27th March until Sunday 15th April 2018. There is a large line up of performers and comedy acts to set the stages in and around Bath, from Jon Richardson, Henning Wehn, Sarah Bennetto and many more acts who will have you in hysterics. For more information or to book tickets visit their website.
On Friday 30th March 2018 Bath Racecourse will host their opening season party. This would be a fantastic way to kick-off the Easter weekend with your family. You could enjoy a day full of exhilarating races and live music and entertainment. There will also be children’s entertainment, from funfair rides, face painting stands and pony rides. For more information visit their website.
Grab your tourist boots and explore the city of Bath. Some of the must-see sights in Bath include; the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, the Jane Austen Centre and the Royal Crescent. Easter is a glorious time to visit Bath, so take advantage of the (hopefully) sunny weather and enjoy a family picnic in one of many tourist spots. A few of our favourite picnic spots include the Royal Crescent, which is arranged around a large lawn area, overlooking the Royal Victoria Park. Or perhaps the Parade Gardens, another picnic haven on a glorious spring day, located in the heart of Bath, with delightful gardens and views across Pultney Bridge.
From March 30th – April 2nd 2018, Bowood House & Gardens will host their ‘Easter Eggstravaganza’ event, which will provide a fun-packed day for all of the family. From Easter egg hunts, exhilarating adventure playgrounds and animal petting zones, your children are guaranteed hours of entertainment! Parents can also enjoy gentle strolls through the beautifully landscaped gardens and can tour around Bowood’s House, where you will find fascinating historical treasures. Please note, this is a ticketed event.