Spent hours walking around Bath trying to find this place. The location was surprising in that it was in a row of terraced houses down what looked to be a back street. Times have no doubt changed since this was lived in by Herschel. The main attraction was the workroom where the lenses for the telescope were made and polished as you could actually touch and try out some if the equipment. This was a very low key museum that I thought was lacking more interactive displays of astronomy in general and advances made by this man in particular .
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