Bath Preservation Trust
Bath Preservation Trust are excited to welcome you back to their museums...
- No.1 Royal Crescent plans to reopen on Wednesday 2nd June 2021 with a brand-new immersive experience, allowing you to see life as it was lived in Georgian Bath during the late 1700s
- The Herschel Museum of Astronomy plans to reopen to visitors from 19th May 2021, Wednesday to Sunday. A brand-new audio tour is now available for adult visitors bringing the house to life with stories about how the Herschel family lived and worked in Bath, alongside a new audio-visual guide for children
- Beckford's Tower and Museum will reopen by appointment from 17th May 2021. Book a guided tour or self-led visit and follow in William’s footsteps, following Beckford’s Ride up to the Tower, which is now home to a museum
- The Museum of Bath Architecture will reopen by appointment from 17th May 2021. Discover Bath’s famous architectural treasures including the iconic Royal Crescent and The Circus, before seeing them for real just a short walk away
Visit the only dressed Georgian house in Bath at No.1 Royal Crescent, enjoy a programme of solar and star gazing at the Herschel Museum of Astronomy, climb Beckford’s Tower for panoramic views of Bath and beyond, and discover the history of the city's stunning buildings at the Museum of Bath Architecture.
Bath Preservation Trust Guided Walks
Areas of the Royal Crescent, Circus, Assembly Rooms and related streets were the height of fashion in the late 18th century. This walk will introduce the daily routines of the aristocracy, entertainments of the day and a background history to some of the finest Palladian architecture anywhere. Let them lead you through the City on a guided stroll.
Tours take place on specific dates each month. Visitors are required to pre-book tickets. This tour is aimed at 12 years and over. The walk will last approximately one hour.
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