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Step into Bath's Gorgeous Georgian Past

Discover four of Bath's fascinating museums with one saver ticket:   No 1 Royal Crescent   The house was built to the designs of John Wood the Younger in 1767-1774 as the first house in the Royal Crescent, and has been decorated...

Discover four of Bath's fascinating museums with one saver ticket:

 

No 1 Royal Crescent

 

The house was built to the designs of John Wood the Younger in 1767-1774 as the first house in the Royal Crescent, and has been decorated and furnished just as it might have been then. The rooms feature historic furniture, pictures and objects that reveal what life was like for Bath’s fashionable residents – both upstairs and downstairs.

 

The Museum of Bath Architecture

The rich architectural history of Bath and its transformation from a provincial town into a world famous Georgian city is portrayed in a variety of ways, for all to enjoy.  Also on view is the large architectural model of Bath.

 

Herschel Museum of Astronomy

The Herschel Museum of Astronomy is dedicated to the many achievements of the Herschels, who were distinguished astronomers as well as talented musicians. It was from this house, using a telescope of his own design that William discovered the planet Uranus in 1781.

 

Beckford’s Tower and Museum

Beckford’s Tower was designed by Henry Edmund Goodridge in 1825 and completed in 1827 for William Beckford (1760-1844), one of the nation’s most accomplished and interesting characters. The 120-foot neo-classical Tower, which enjoys uninterrupted views of the countryside, was constructed as a study retreat and to house Beckford’s precious collection of art and rare books.

The Tower is now home to a museum collection displaying furniture originally made for the Tower, alongside paintings, prints and objects illustrating William Beckford’s life as a writer, collector and patron of the arts.

Ticket valid for 24 hours from when you first use it (+ one entry to Beckford Tower at a weekend or Bank Holiday)

Adult: £16.80     Senior/Student £12.70     Child £8.30       Family £40.90

Please check individual museums for opening hours prior to your visit.

The confirmation of your order is your e-ticket, so please print it out and present at each attraction.

 

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Discover four of Bath's fascinating museums with one saver ticket:

 

No 1 Royal Crescent

 

The house was built to the designs of John Wood the Younger in 1767-1774 as the first house in the Royal Crescent, and has been decorated and furnished just as it might have been then. The rooms feature historic furniture, pictures and objects that reveal what life was like for Bath’s fashionable residents – both upstairs and downstairs.

 

The Museum of Bath Architecture

The rich architectural history of Bath and its transformation from a provincial town into a world famous Georgian city is portrayed in a variety of ways, for all to enjoy.  Also on view is the large architectural model of Bath.

 

Herschel Museum of Astronomy

The Herschel Museum of Astronomy is dedicated to the many achievements of the Herschels, who were distinguished astronomers as well as talented musicians. It was from this house, using a telescope of his own design that William discovered the planet Uranus in 1781.

 

Beckford’s Tower and Museum

Beckford’s Tower was designed by Henry Edmund Goodridge in 1825 and completed in 1827 for William Beckford (1760-1844), one of the nation’s most accomplished and interesting characters. The 120-foot neo-classical Tower, which enjoys uninterrupted views of the countryside, was constructed as a study retreat and to house Beckford’s precious collection of art and rare books.

The Tower is now home to a museum collection displaying furniture originally made for the Tower, alongside paintings, prints and objects illustrating William Beckford’s life as a writer, collector and patron of the arts.

Ticket valid for 24 hours from when you first use it (+ one entry to Beckford Tower at a weekend or Bank Holiday)

Adult: £16.80     Senior/Student £12.70     Child £8.30       Family £40.90

Please check individual museums for opening hours prior to your visit.

The confirmation of your order is your e-ticket, so please print it out and present at each attraction.

 

Trouble with your purchase? Contact Visit Bath

tourism@bathtourism.co.uk +44 (0) 1225 614 420

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