Community Engagement

We believe that engaging with museums can have a positive and profound impact on people’s lives. We are committed to finding ways to connect more deeply with as wide a range of people as possible. Working in partnership with local communities and other cultural providers we seek to engage meaningfully through a wide range of creative projects.

This year we have hosted two important community projects at the Museum of Bath Architecture. The Suffrage 100 intergenerational project explored Bath’s suffragette history, whilst as part of the Pathways for Change programme, the IMAGE Peer Led Museums Group designed and produced two beautiful silk banners inspired by the museum’s collection. Look out for these new banners outside the museum to help publicise our special events.

If you would like to bring your community group to visit the Museum of Bath Architecture, please contact Polly Andrews, Learning & Engagement Officer, on 01225 338727, or pandrews@bptrust.org.uk to discuss the options.

Or find out more about Bath Preservation Trust’s wider community engagement work here.

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