1 Royal Crescent, Bath, BA1 2LR
No. 1 Royal Crescent
No. 1 Royal Crescent is the first building at the eastern end of the Royal Crescent in Bath, Somerset, and is of national architectural and historic importance.
It is a museum which has been decorated and furnished just as it might have been during the period 1776-1796. The rooms feature historic furniture, pictures and objects that reveal what life was like for Bath’s fashionable residents – both upstairs and downstairs. The museum is a charity.
Great Pulteney Street, Bath, BA2 4DB
Marlborough Lane, Bath, BA1 2NQ
Royal Victoria Park
Royal Victoria Park is located in Bath, England. It was opened in 1830 by the 11-year-old Princess Victoria, it was the first park to carry her name, and includes an obelisk dedicated to her.
Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QH
The Fashion Museum is housed in the Assembly Rooms in Bath, Somerset, England. The collection was started by Doris Langley Moore, who gave her collection to the city of Bath in 1963. The museum houses iconic attire from the 18th century to modern day.
19 New King Street, Bath, BA1 2BL
Herschel Museum of Astronomy
The Herschel Museum of Astronomy at 19 New King Street, Bath, England, is a museum that was inaugurated in 1981. It is located in a preserved town house that was formerly the home of William Herschel and Caroline Herschel. It is dedicated to the many achievements of these British astronomers.
12 Bennett's Road, Bath, BA1 2QJ
The Museum Of East Asian Art
The Museum of East Asian Art or MEAA is in Bennett Street, Bath, Somerset, England. Just a few metres off The Circus in central Bath, the Museum of East Asian Art is situated in a restored Georgian house. It is the only UK museum solely dedicated to the arts and cultures of East and South East Asia, with collections representing more than 7,000 years of artistry and craftsmanship.
Julian Road, Bath, BA1 2RH
Bath BA1 1LT
Claverton Manor, Claverton, Bath BA2 7BD
The American Museum in Britain
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 diverse and complex nature of American traditions. The only museum of Americana outside the United States, it was founded to bring American history and cultures to the people of Britain and Europe.
Bathwick Hill, Bath, Somerset, BA2 6EP
Bath Skyline Walk
Walk through history from an Iron Age hill fort to 18th-century follies and stroll through hidden valleys, woodlands and patchworks of small meadows, all rich in wildlife. This walk burns as much energy as playing 90 minutes of football, according to research. Stop off at the American Museum at Claverton Down and enjoy a free cookie and coffee with your admission fee when you present your printed Skyline map.