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No. 1 Royal Crescent

Bath 4.0 mi away
#2 of 40 Museums in Bath
The Bath Preservation Trust should be commended for their excellent restoration, fantastic volunteers and staff and amazing vision to create such an important and valuable piece of history so that visitors like me...
Very well laid out and presented but especially well brought to life by the very knowledgeable guides in each room who chatted with us and gave us lots of history and background to the house and the period.
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Fashion Museum Bath

Bath 4.2 mi away
#4 of 40 Museums in Bath
Got a saver ticket which included the Victorian gallery and the Fashion Museum with our visit to the Roman Baths Fascinating, really worth a visit if you have any interest at all in either fashion or history.
Pros: Helpful and friendly staff Accessible Beautiful displays Great lighting Easy to read displays Toilets and cafe available Interactive dressing up exhibits Cafes and shops close to the museum Cons: A long walk...
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#5 of 40 Museums in Bath
Entry is cheap, the exhibits are immaculate, well laid-out and fascinating for history nerds (at one point, you can basically set an entire replica workshop running around you by pressing a button), the volunteers...
... appeal to machinery and manufacturing geeks, probably less so those who would prefer the fashion museum which is a 5 min walk away... there is a fully functional belt driven machine shop on display - very cool!
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#1 of 1 Museums in Saltford
An amazing part of our Industrial History
This building preserves a piece of industrial history, the making of items of brass for trade and for sale.

Beckford's Tower

Bath 3.4 mi away
#14 of 40 Museums in Bath
We stayed in this amazingly elegant Landmark Trust apartment carefully restored to its 17th century original.
Although this site has somewhat exccentric opening hours it is worth a visit, if only for the superb views.

The Jane Austen Centre

Bath 4.3 mi away
#11 of 40 Museums in Bath
We enjoyed the mixture of info boards, paintings, costumes, artefacts, and especially watching the short video featuring clips from the iconic films as well as images of Bath with ‘ghosts’ of the characters walkin...
... who entertained our group with stories about Jane Austen's life in Bath and the local influences when she was writing her novels, it was very realistic taking us back to the times when Jane Austen lived there.
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#12 of 40 Museums in Bath
Housed in the former chapel of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connection, the museum enables a visitor to learn a great deal about the growth of the city.
Really well thought out and makes all the technical processes very clear through imaginative use of physical exhibits (eg a cross section of a wall or roof), diagrams, and videos showing craftsmen at work.
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Brunel's SS Great Britain

Bristol, UK 7.3 mi away
#1 of 35 Museums in Bristol
The SS Great Britain and the attendant museums is an excellent visit ... the ship is wonderfully curated, interactive, informative and altogether a dizzying example of a really well put together exhibition, suitab...
This is a great place to visit if you want an inception of some Bristol/ British history for a very well preserved ship that was quite incredible to see! Something I highly recommend for both children and adults t...
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#3 of 35 Museums in Bristol
... an excellent cafe selling some of the best and most interesting food excellently prepared on the premises at very affordable prices in central Bristol: well worth a visit - we will certainly be revisiting soon.
The Chapel itself is worth a visit but visiting the museum as well gives it an extra dimension and to top it all there is an excellent cafe .

Bath Postal Museum

Bath 4.4 mi away
#13 of 40 Museums in Bath
Loads to look at including interactive displays about development of the postal system and what it was like to work in a variety of jobs.
Definitely worth a visit!

M Shed

Bristol, UK 6.8 mi away
#7 of 35 Museums in Bristol
Very enjoyable - lots of local history including pre war post war, football, art, music etc As other have said some great exhibits - yes there is a Banksy - and its free entry !
It takes a thematic perspective on different aspects of Bristol life and culture and illustrates it with objects, stories from real people and interactive displays that are well maintained and fun.

The Georgian House Museum

Bristol, UK 7.2 mi away
#4 of 35 Museums in Bristol
We made a special visit to the Georgian House when visiting Bristol for the weekend, as I studied West Indian plantation / slave history many years ago at University, and as the former home of a plantation owner t...
Gives a snapshot of the life of the house and the history of the merchants and slave trade.

Glenside Hospital Museum

Bristol, UK 6.7 mi away
#12 of 35 Museums in Bristol
It includes a collection from Stoke Park (The Dower House - that big yellow building you see from the M32) which was a colony for adults with learning disabilities and an interesting collection from WW1 when Glens...
I would strongly recommend a visit to this museum to those who have an interest in the history of mental health through the ages, equally I think that this is of a great museum to those interested in social history.
#10 of 35 Museums in Bristol
... issues and the Palestinian plight.Also a great selection of beautiful artefacts and costumes on display.The museum is free to enter.I try to always give a donation as we are lucky to have su ch a unique inform...
As well as dealing with issues relating to the conflict also highlights Palestinian culture with displays of food, poetry, embroidery etc.

Aerospace Bristol

Patchway, UK 9.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Patchway
Visited today this museum deserves to be a great success as I’m sure it will be when it becomes more well known .A great tribute to a great pioneer of British aviation history & to all the wonderful aircraft & aer...
This is a wonderful little museum, first hangar with tons of information about Bristol linked planes and engineering, and the second hangar a destination for Concorde lovers - one beautiful, big and fantastically...

Museum of Bath Stone

Bath 5.5 mi away
#24 of 40 Museums in Bath
Small museum telling how Combe Down stone built the World Heritage City of Bath as Ralph Allen, an entrepreneur, who worked with John Wood the Elder owned the quarries.