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With an impressive collection of fine and decorative art, this newly transformed Museum, with Garden Cafe, is situated in lovely grounds and is set to become Bath's must-see attraction. Open daily, admission free. 10am to 5pm (11am on Sundays)
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Being a Bath Resident I have often visited the Museum and the excellent cafe. Up until recently to visit the permanent exhibition it was free and as I have lived in Bath for many years I often take visitors. One used to pay for the...More
Very informative museum, cafe, food,service all lovely, sitting in back in the sun shine bliss, worth the visit you do not want to miss out go do it and then take a lovely stroll through Sydney gardens a perfect afternoon
There is a very small exhibition of Ellen Tanner. It features stunning items brought back from then Persia, middle east. Go and see it. The staff are really friendly and knowledgable. Good access to all floors. Sir Holburne collection amazing to see too. Nice cafe...More
The collection is enjoyable because it was personal before it became civic. Most moving is a tear stained letter written by a father telling his sister of the death of his son killed in action. Upstairs is an interesting and eclectic collection of paintings, several...More
The nucleus of the museum was put together by an art collector in the 19th century and has since been added to. A great variety of interesting objects including pictures, porcelain, jewellery. There is a painting gallery on the top floor, and a good display...More
Some amazing collections in this museum and we particularly enjoyed the high quality art. The staff were friendly, particularly in the lovely cafe. Good value for money (suggested donation was perfectly reasonable).
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Quite near - about a mile. Not a difficult walk and there's plenty to see along the way. Or you can take one of the University buses (during term time) from the bus station, near the railway station, as far as St Mary's... More
Quite near - about a mile. Not a difficult walk and there's plenty to see along the way. Or you can take one of the University buses (during term time) from the bus station, near the railway station, as far as St Mary's Church (Bathwick Hill) and then it's only a few more minutes' walk to the museum.