Sally Lunn’s Kitchen Museum
A micro museum in the cellars of Bath's Oldest House shows the birthplace of the original Bath Bun. Best combined with a visit to Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House, if you take refreshment and enjoy the world famous buns in the 'living museum' upstairs you gain free entry to the museum below.
See Sally Lunn's original kitchen and bakery dating from 1622 with an oven dating much further back to c.1100 (yes that is almost a thousand years old), stalagmites and stalactites and some of the only surviving remains of medieval Bath revealed in an ongoing archaelogical dig.
Buy a Sally Lunn Bath Bun to take home - beautifully presented in boxes - a perfect and delicious reminder of your visit to this amazing city or perfect gifts for those you are returning to.
Experience a unique taste of Bath at Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House and Museum - home of the world-famous Sally Lunn Bun.