Are you looking for more fun and unique way to explore the beautiful city of Bath? Well, we’ve got the perfect activity for your stack! Take part in this exciting spy mission, leading you through the best of Bath’s culture and heritage and uncovering fascinating stories that bring the city’s streets to life like never before.
What's the best way to explore Bath?
Are you ready for a top-secret mission? Dodgy Sugar Baron and Dr Ivor Sweet have vanished following rumours of an evil plan to hack into local food networks and tamper with the sugar content of Bath’s prized cake recipes. TTHQ have been sent a series of clues hiding the code to top-secret files on his laptop. They’re counting on you – their top agent – to crack the code and save the people from this “cake-tastrophe”! From 18th-century Georgian architecture to the majestic Bath Abbey, each story on your mission reveals the stories of Bath in incredible detail.
Bath - Did you know?
Here are a few fascinating facts about Bath to get you ready for your trip:
- Bath was the place where Uranus was discovered! William Herschel discovered the cold and windy planet in the back garden of his home on New King Street, just using a homemade telescope on the night of 13th March 1781. You can now visit the fully restored Georgian townhouse that’s dedicated to the works of him and his sister.
- It was from Bath that the first ever stamp was mailed!
- The streets of Bath have been home to a range of iconic films, including the Duchess, Les Misérables and Fantastic Mr Fox!
Along the way, there will be plenty of stops to make. Visit the iconic Roman Baths, or pause the trail and discover the incredible story of Jane Austen in the Jane Austen Centre. You’ll be bound to need a bit of a boost while exploring this incredible city, so make sure to stop off for a relaxing high tea at the Georgian Garden too!
- 2-mile ‘loop’ Trail (takes 2 hours to complete at your own pace).
- 1.8 miles total.
- Text message service with clues if you get stuck.
- Solve the mission and be entered into a £100 monthly draw.
- Prices start From £9.99
- The trail is unfortunately not suitable for wheelchair users due to narrow streets and steps.
- Check out the video below for more information on treasure trails.