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Sunday 18th September

Jane Austen and Bath Walking Tour

10am (duration 1hr 30mins)

Meet: outside the Jane Austen Centre, 40 Gay Street, BA1 2NT

‘Bath is a charming place, with a variety of amusements, who could ever be tired of Bath?’ So said Jane Austen’s character Catherine Morland in Northanger Abbey, which along with her novel Persuasion is set in Bath. Through family links and having visited and lived in the city, Austen knew Bath very well indeed. Come and find out more on this walking tour led by Mr Knightley of The Jane Austen Centre.

Tickets £12

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A very private public breakfast

10am (duration 1hr 30mins)

Venue: Kinwarton, 3 Upper Camden Place, (part of) Camden Rd, BA1 5HX 

Sample the delights of an 18th Century public breakfast just as Jane Austen did in Sydney Gardens. Bread rolls, toasted fruit bread, cake, tea (Jane Austen blend) or coffee – all in the private dining room of a typical Regency Bath house. Breakfast is accompanied with a talk by Jane Tapley.

Tickets £15

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Mini Promenade

12 noon (duration 1 hour)

Meet: the centre of The Circus, Bath

Meet for an informal short stroll from The Circus, down Gay Street, Milsom Street, Stall Street to Bath Abbey. Regency costume welcome but not essential.

Free Event

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