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The story surrounding the history of the building is fascinating.The guide (a mason himself) was very good.It was great to see backstage and the museum in the crypt. The tour took about one and a half hours and just flew by.Well worth £6. As I...More
I have been waiting for ages to do this tour of the original Georgian Theatre in Bath, and was not disappointed when I finally made it today. The theatre aspect was fascinating, but even more interesting was the subsequent history of the building. From Catholic...More
A tour of a very old theatre that is now used as a Masonic Hall by Freemasons in Bath. This will be of much interest to both Masons and non Masons alike. My wife and I turned up outside the entrance just before 2.30 and...More
I happened upon this fabulous museum and tour tucked away in a back street and spent a fabulous hour and a half learning about the original Theatre Royal - before the "Royal" patronage was given - and about The Masonic Lodge. The tour guide was...More
Absolutely brilliant, really worth the effort of visiting. Only open at certain times and tickets can be obtained from the tourist information centre by the Abbey. Our tour guide is a Mason at the hall and very interesting. Very knowledgeable and informative. Learnt a great...More
David, our tour guide was fabulous. It is only open for 2 tours a day. We took the 2:30 tour. A little difficult to find, around a corner in an alley, nondescript building. David showed us all the rooms, backstage, upstairs and the basement. A...More
As a Freemason, I am very interested in seeing this place, but unfortunately it never seems to be open. Over 7 years I have not been able to get inside for various reasons. Come on Bath, one of your great sites, make it more accessible.
Amazing building that has had a number of different uses. Formally the original Theatre Royal, a Catholic Church and a Masonic Lodge. We had a great tour hosted by a very friendly guide who had many interesting facts and historical insights. This is not a...More
We discovered this by chance and were delighted with the tour. The guide was helpful and informative and covered the whole range of uses of the building, from a theatre to a church and on to a Masonic Hall. Well worth a visit.