We arrived about 15 minutes early and just sat outside in the chill. An older gentleman arriving for work saw us and kindly just let us in. We were charmed immediately.
"This museum was established in 1978 to present the commercial development of Bath over the last 2000 years and includes displays on four floors. The main exhibit is the reconstruction of an engineering and mineral water making business set up by Victorian entrepreneur Jonathan Bowler in 1864." ~ Wikipedia
It began with a little talk with the curator at the very old front desk. They hit you over the head with history right off the bat as the entrance looks like it came right out of the 1800's. There are timeless artifacts everywhere. It's an onslaught on the senses and the pictures very well take themselves.
Different levels tell different stories and the sights are mostly at arm's length - but I don't advise you to try and touch them. This is valuable stuff here.
Not much more to say here. I'll upload some photos and you can have a look.
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