Museum of Bath Architecture
Bath Assembly Rooms
When they opened in 1771, the city's glorious Assembly Rooms were where fashionable Bath socialites gathered to waltz, play cards and...
The collections on display in the basement of the Assembly Rooms include costumes from the 17th to late 20th centuries. Some exhibits...
Not many pubs are registered relics, but the Star is – it still has many of its 19th-century bar fittings. It's the brewery tap for...
Sam's Kitchen Deli
Set on Bath's hippest street, Sam's is a perfect lunch spot with Spanish-influenced dishes served from pans on the counter. With its...
The Vineyards, The Paragon · interesting places nearby
Museum of Bath Architecture information
The stories behind the building of Bath's most striking structures are explored here, using antique tools, displays on Georgian construction methods and a 1:500 scale model of the city.
A joint ticket covering the Museum of Bath Architecture and No 1 Royal Crescent costs adult/child/family £13/5/28.