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The Museum of Bath at Work is the city’s local history museum telling the tale of the city’s development. Displays include Bath Stone, Bath Chairs and Bath Buns, and all other ways in which Bath people have earned a living since Roman times. Exhibitions include a complete reconstruction of a Victorian engineering and soft drinks making factory, an Edwardian ironmonger, a cabinet maker’s workshop, a Bath Stone mine and the famous Horstmann car of 1914. A lively programme of temporary exhibitions, events and activities run throughout the year.

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Museum of Bath at Work
Julian Road
Camden Works
BA1 2RH Bath

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology Science & Technology

Topics

Local Profession & Craft Person & Artist Industrial heritage

Visitor information

Opening hours

Last entry 04:00 pm. The Mezzanine (top floor) is closed on Mondays afternoons, please see comments below Admission prices. Closed in December. Closed for the day on Sunday 15th March 2020. Winter (November to March) and summer times vary - please see website if planning ahead.

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Admission

Museums Association Valid
Adults £8.00
Students, disabled, unemployed £7.00
Children (5-16) £5.00
Groups: (10+) Each £4.00
Family (2 adults, 2 children) £16.00

Notes

Bath & North East Somerset residents with a Discovery Card: £1.00 off (excludes family ticket). The Mezzanine (top floor) is closed on Mondays afterno...

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Facilities


  • Coffee

  • Museum shop

  • Child friendly

  • Credit card

Location

Julian Road, Bath, England

Exhibitions

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