The Museum of Bath Architecture uses maps, models, designs, drawings, videos, paintings and tools tell the story of how eighteenth century architects and craftsmen helped turn a small medieval walled town into the destination of choice for Georgian high society.
Celebrating the distinctive Georgian architecture that makes Bath so special, and which has contributed to it becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site city, highlights of the museum include a 1:500 scale model of Bath, giving a miniature birds-eye-view of the whole city.
Just a short walk from many of Bath’s famous architectural treasures including the iconic Royal Crescent and The Circus, this a destination not to be missed. The museum welcomes visitors of all ages and offers changing exhibitions, exciting events and concerts: you’ll want to come back time and time again.
“Extremely cool, a hidden gem!”
21 March 2019
“This made me fall in love with architecture all over again. The sheer volume in craftsmanship had been beautifully captured!” 5 May 2019
“Beautifully & imaginatively presented.”
23 February 2020