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Great Bath Feast
Festive reasons to visit Bath this Christmas
Bath Christmas Market

Regularly voted one of the most popular and picturesque festive events in the UK, running from 26 November – 13 December.
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Christmas Lights Switch On

On 12 November SouthGate marks the opening of the Bath Christmas Grotto with festive markets, Father Christmas, a confetti explosion and more!
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Christmas shopping

Enjoy a huge variety of shops set against a beautiful backdrop, with great cafes and restaurants to take a break, eat and relax.

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Lantern Procession

The Holburne Museum’s annual lantern procession will be lighting up the streets of Bath on 19 November from 5.30pm.
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Ice skating & glow in the dark golf

The city’s real ice rink returns this month, as well as the UK’s first outdoor glow in the dark mini golf course.
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Bath Magical Trail

Use this fun trail with your smart phone and see who appears in your photos at dedicated locations around the city.
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Festive fun things to do

If all this isn’t enough, there’s plenty more festive things to do, such as a Georgian Christmas, Festival of Light, carol concerts and the family pantomime.
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Christmas competition

Enter to win a stay at the Royal Crescent Hotel, spa vouchers, meal for two, comedy tickets, Champagne on ice, Christmas hamper and more!

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