A former cathedral - the only one in Britain completely rebuilt in the Tudor period. Photographs, brief history, details of the heritage centre and music, visitor information.
Six miles south of Bath in Norton St Philip, the George Inn claims to be one of the oldest continuously licensed houses in England. History and virtual tour.
Jean Manco looks at the history of this magnificent building - the only cathedral built in England in Tudor times.
Selection of photographs by Neill Menneer providing a taste of Bath's architecture.
Bath's famed Georgian architecture is imaginatively displayed by the Trust. The Building of Bath Museum explores 18th-century construction techniques.
The residents of the Crescent tell the story of this Georgian architectural masterpiece. Includes photographs, historic images and bibliography.