Bath: Museums in Bath

Bath Abbey Heritage Vaults

Restored 18th century cellars housing objects from the Abbey’s past, some dating form Saxon times. Unfortunately there will be times when the Abbey has to be closed to visitors for services and events, but...

Museum of Bath at Work

An interesting insight in to BaHoused in an eighteenth century Real Tennis Court, the Museum traces the development of Bath as a retailing and manufacturing centre and, since the seventeenth century, as a tourist...

The American Museum and Gardens

The American Museum takes you on a journey through the history of America, from its early settlers to the twentieth century. With its remarkable collection of folk and decorative arts, the Museum shows the...

Bath Postal Museum

The first posting of a stamp (Penny Black) was from here in 1840. Follow the story of written communication from 2000BC. How have the son of a Cornish publican, the manager of a Bath...

Victoria Art Gallery

Houses the region’s permanent collection of British and European Art from the 17th century to the present day. Also presents major temporary exhibitions. For wheelchair users, the two ground floor exhibition spaces and Gallery...

Holburne Museum of Art

“With its beautiful cafe and new shop, a new library and exciting interactive displays the renewed Holburne will offer a rich and rewarding range of delights. We will reopen in 2011 as a confident...

No.1 Royal Crescent

An 18th century townhouse designed by John Wood the younger as part of his masterpiece, the Royal Crescent, now designated a World Heritage Building. Opening Hours:  Daily except Mondays from 10.30am to 5pm (4pm in...

Fashion Museum

A world class collection of contemporary and historical dress, located in the magnificent Georgian Assembly Rooms. Opening Hours:  The Museum of Costume is open every day (except 25 & 26 December) January – February...

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