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Designed by John Wood II in 1769, these stately and ornate public rooms were used for evening "soirees" during the 18th century, for dancing, music, card-playing and tea-drinking. Today the Assembly Rooms may be hired for a range of events such as...more
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I had enjoyed visiting the Assembly Rooms and having refreshments in the Cafe on a previous visit to Bath and, as I was showing some friends round Bath, I went to the Assembly Rooms, to find they and the cafe were closed for a function....More
We nipped in for a coffee and cake stop in the cafe. Walking through to the cafe, you get to see the main rooms where Georgian visitors and residents would gather to chat and catch up on news and gossip. You don't need long here,...More
We paid a return trip to Bath within 8 weeks of our first visit because we loved it so much and still had more to see. One of those was Bath Guildhall which had been closed on our 1st trip. It was so worth it!...More
We toured the assembly room this afternoon, being provided a description of the socialite lifestyle in prior times that took place here. Magnificent ball room - one can imagine an evening here with orchestra, dancing and rubbing elbows with the local who’s who crowd. Worth...More