Accessibility

The museum building

The Museum of Bath Architecture is housed in the Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel.

The entrance, shop and main museum room – which houses the museum’s permanent collection and changing exhibitions – are all level access.

There are three steps up to the ‘Countess’ Room’ – which explains the history of Selina, Countess of Huntingdon, for whom the chapel was built – and three steps up to the back of the scale model of Bath.

Assistance dogs

Are welcome throughout the museum.

Accessible toilet

Unfortunately, the museum toilets are located up three steps and then down a flight of stairs.

Seating

There are seats located throughout the museum which you are welcome to use.

Guides

Our volunteer guides are based in the shop and are happy to give additional help if required, please let them know if you require any assistance when you arrive.

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