The Museum of Bath Architecture reopened to the public on 30th March 2024 for a period of consultation which will end on 15th December 2024.

Built in 1765, the Chapel which is home to the museum needs routine maintenance and conservation which will be taking place in the first half of the year, although this will not affect the museum experience. It is part of our commitment to future-proofing this unique building.

As part of the re-opening we are undertaking consultation, asking the public to contribute to ideas towards its future. This will ensure the museum and its collection are preserved and remain relevant to current and future users. Read the full press release here.

Opening times

  • 30th March 2024 to 15th December 2024. We will close the museum for winter, and to plan for the future following the consultation
  • Wednesday to Saturday, 10am-4pm

Ticket prices

No booking required – Card and cash payments can be made on the door. Group enquiries please email

*Includes a free return pass valid for use up until 15th December 2024

About Us

If you have ever wondered why Bath is such a beautiful city full of eighteenth century buildings and sweeping crescents, classical architecture, Roman history and more modern structures, and how it was designed and built, then visit our web pages. Explore online, the rich architectural history of Bath as it was transformed from a small medieval town to the world famous Georgian city.