- 01225 460333
27 Northgate Street,
(on the corner of Green St.)
Telephone: 01225 460333
(until further notice)
Mondays - 11 am – 5 pm
Tuesdays - 11 am – 5 pm
Wednesdays – CLOSED ALL DAY
Thursdays – 2 pm – 5 pm
Fridays - 2 pm – 5 pm
Saturdays - 2 pm – 5 pm
Last Entry: 4.30pm.
We can open by request for large groups on Sunday.
Please contact us for booking info.
Concessions: £3.50 (B&NES, over 60)
Child over 6: £1.50
Under 6: free
Family Ticket: £10.00 (Two adults, two children)
The museum is almost entirely accessible to wheelchair users and those with impaired mobility. We have a stair lift and most of the museum is on one level.
We also have T-loop fitted to our sound-led interactives and the History of Writing video has subtitles. We also provide print copies of sound-led interactives.
We can provide large print copies of all our literature and the museum is mainly on one level.
Our information is presented in a variety of ways and staff will be pleased to offer any support required.
If a disable person is supported by a carer, personal assistant or support worker; they are admitted free.
The museum is run by volunteers, and relies on entrance fees, donations, and sales from the shop to survive. The museum is a registered charity (charitable educational trust no. 277419 MGC Reg no. 927), and it is governed by trustees who are named below.
The World Heritage Site of Bath and the stunning countryside surrounding it is one of England's most beautiful places to visit. Bath, England, is a unique city; its hot springs, Roman Baths, splendid Abbey and Georgian stone crescents have attracted visitors for centuries. Set in rolling Somerset countryside, just over 100 miles west of London, it is a beautiful and unforgettable place to visit.
Other places of interest in the historic city:
Museum of Bath at Work - Contains a large display on Ralph Allen and his stone works as well as the story of Bath stone.
The building of Bath Museum - Contains a large display on Ralph Allen and his stone works as well as the story of Bath stone.
Prior Park Gardens - 18th century landscape garden created for Ralph Allen by Lancelot' Capability' Brown.