11 February – 26 November 2017
Tuesday – Friday: 2pm -5pm
Weekends: 10:30am – 5pm
Open until 26 November 2017
Concessions (Seniors (65+), students (with student ID card) and pupils over 16 in full time education (with ID)): £4.50
Child (aged 6 – 16): £2.50
Child (under 5): Free
Family (2 adults and up to 4 children): £13.00
Visitors with a valid B&NES Discovery Card are eligible for 2 for 1 admission, or 50% off admission for solo card holders.
Visitors with Bath City Sightseeing bus tickets are eligible for 2 for 1 admission.
The Museum of Bath Architecture is located at the Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel which is accessed via a raised pavement from the Paragon. From the raised pavement there is level access to the exhibition space, but no level accessible toilets and no disabled toilet facilities. The nearest publicly accessible disabled toilet is located in the Assembly Rooms which are run by Bath and North East Somerset Council.
From No. 1 Royal Crescent to the Museum of Bath Architecture.
Proceed along Brock Street into the Circus and exit left into Bennett Street. At the junction with Lansdown Road turn right and cross turning left into Hay Hill and at the bottom left again into The Vineyards, which is part of The Paragon. The Museum of Bath Architecture is on the left-hand side. Approximately a 10 minute walk.
We are delighted to welcome groups at all four of the Bath Preservation Trust museums. So that we can ensure that your party can make the most of the visit we always ask group organisers to book in advance.
For groups of 10 or more – discounted entry price is £4.50 per person. Group leaders are free.
Visits for groups can include a guided tour by the Architectural Curator for Bath Preservation Trust, refreshments (tea, coffee, wine) or an evening lecture on a variety of topics. All talks and tours can be tailored to your specific interests. Please enquire for more details and prices.
The nearest coach stop to the Museum of Bath Architecture is on Lansdown Road and visitors walk to the Museum via Hay Hill (5 minutes). Coaches must disembark their passengers quickly and then move on as there is no official setting down point here.
For more information on group visits and to make a booking, please contact the Museum on 01225 333895 or via email.
For information on visits for School and education group click here.
Museum of Bath Architecture aims to be welcoming and inclusive to everyone who visits the museum, including parents or guardians visiting with babies and young children.
Buggy parking is available. Breastfeeding and bottle feeding is allowed anywhere where there is visitor seating within the museum. Should parents require more privacy, please ask a member of staff on arrival who will be happy to assist in finding a quiet spot.
Baby changing facilities are situated in the Ground Floor toilet. This toilet is not accessible to wheelchairs.
A range of learning activities are on offer:
The chapel at the Museum of Bath Architecture is a beautiful space in which to hold lectures, concerts, buffet parties, meetings and conferences. The space is available for evening hire any day of the week.
It can seat 65 people comfortably for a lecture, conference or meeting. A buffet party could cater for 100 people.
Facilities include a kitchen (no cooking facilities), toilets and a number of tables and chairs. Conference facilities include a screen, projector and flip chart.
Our staff can assist you with your planning. For further information, call 01225 333895, or email the museum