There are lots of hands-on ways for children to explore the Museum of Bath Architecture. Play with our Georgian dolls house, choose one of our children’s books and find out all about buildings and architects, or try out one of our Georgian costumes.
Why not dress up as Tom and Lizzie, two Georgian craftspeople, then follow their trail through the museum (extra £1) to discover how Georgians built their homes? If you find all the answers, you can claim a sticker at the ticket desk.
We also have a range of construction toys to help develop the designing and engineering skills seen in the craftsmen who built the Georgian city of Bath. Younger children can try out the workbench and tools or build with the Duplo™ Lego whilst older children can create with the K’NEX™ construction kits.
During school holidays we often have additional drop in activities, such as our Lego Architecture™ challenges, or family workshops where you can try your hand at crafts ranging from printing patterns to stone carving – check our what’s on page for details.