This town in Ontario may be tiny but it sure packs a punch! Bath is located in Loyalist township, just 30 minutes east of Kingston. This town is known for its rich history and is the perfect spot to check out if you haven’t yet!

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If you’re visiting Bath you should know, that it is one of Ontario’s oldest communities according to the town’s website, and was first settled by the United Empire Loyalists all the way back in 1784!

Interested to learn more about the history of Bath? Well, you’re in luck. The town features Bath Museum, a spot filled with the history of the community and surrounding areas, such as a collection of WWI memorabilia and Native artifacts.

Kick your feet up and grab a beer while you’re visiting Bath! Mackinnon Brothers Brewery is a well-known brewery in the province and happens to call Bath home. Stop by The Tap Room for drinks and snacks or check out one of the many live concerts held and The Grandstand.  

One of the coolest things about Bath is The Bathouse Studio. According to Bath’s town website, the studio is owned by this area’s nearby hometown heroes, The Tragically Hip! The stone-cut structure that was once a coach house, became the band’s makeshift recording space in the early 1990s.

Many of The Hip’s albums have been recorded at The Bathouse Studio including the Hip’s “Trouble at the Henhouse” and “Phantom Power.” Other big names in music have recorded music here as well such as Sam Roberts, Bruce Cockburn and Blue Rodeo.

Now that you know all the cool things about Bath, add it to your list of places to visit and have a great time!