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We had time to spare and saw this on the map, and thought we'd check it out; in retrospect, we wish we'd done something else.
It is basically a basement, inside a post office Calling it a "museum" is a bit...of an over-exaggeration?
The exhibits were interesting but there were not enough of them. The entrance charge was excessive for what was on show, the whole display took less than 30 minutes to look at in detail. Overall this is one to miss.
My wife and I went to the museum during a wet stay in Bath. It was my wife's first visit, although I had been a few times before and given a talk there many years ago. It is small, as are many other museums etc...More
Possibly the most boring museum I have ever visited! It consists of one small room with very few exhibits of any real interest. I expected at least a few stamps to look at but there were none. The museum entrance fee of £4.50 is extortionate...More
Don't give up if you try to find this museum. It's in the post office itself, down in the basement.
Right from the start you're welcomed to the exhibit. It goes through the various periods of postal history. The Penny Black (first sent from Bath...More
Came across this museum while visiting Bath and couldn't pass without calling in, as my husband has worked as a Postie for 38 years! The staff were very friendly and inviting. Lots of things on display that would interest people of all ages. A good...More
An interesting find in the centre of Bath. Lots of artefacts and information which was well presented and some interactive. Entry fee appropriate for a small museum. Would recommend for anyone with an interest in history.