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Museum of Bath Architecture, Bath

Categories: Art Museums, History Museums, Museums
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3.5/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
Museum of Bath Architecture is located in Bath. Museum of Bath Architecture is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Bath Edition.
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  • This is an interesting museum if you are into architeture, building and the history of Bath. If not it will not be your cup of tea. It is not large but sets out the techniques and styles involved in w...  read more »
  • Me and my friend was visiting Bath for the Jane Austen festival and decided to check out some museums while we were there. At the Bath Fashion museum they had a campaign offering of three tickets,one ...  read more »
  • We didn't unfortunately. Paid for 2 tickets, walked for ages up steep cobbled hills only to find it closed for next 2 days. Next opening time would be the afternoon we travelled home. 
  • As a Bath resident, I found this museum absorbing and insightful. The centrepiece is a real surprise, too, and it makes you wonder what Bath could have been. Absolutely worth a visit, whether you live a mile or a thousand miles away.
  • Well worth a visit, with much of architectural interest — particularly fascinating scale model of the whole of Bath.
  • If you are in awe of the splendor of Bath and would like to know more about this beautiful and elegant city, don't miss the Building of Bath Museum. A visit to the Museum will help you become much more aware of the interesting features within the city and will enable you to have a more enjoyable stay.The Museum guidebook is excellent value for money and is an essential addition to a full appreciation of a visit as well as to your stay in Bath. Personally I find it very informative and useful, and I highly recommend it.If you are coming to Bath for your holiday, why not drop in at the Building of Bath Museum?
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