This small museum was a highlight of my visit to Bath. Housed in the former chapel of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connection, the museum enables a visitor to learn a great deal about the growth of the city. Welcomed by a very pleasant and helpful volunteer who set the video running, I immediately felt happy and engaged. The video was excellent, and it was nice to see how the practical work of building was explained so carefully in the displays. Photographs, models and displays of tools covered the main building trades. A small room is devoted to the Countess of Huntingdon, who used to sit there when attending services at the chapel.
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