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The Countess of Huntingdon's Chapel
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The Building of Bath Collection is a ’must see’. If you love Bath and its architecture then this museum explains how and why this magnificent city was built, decorated and lived in. In a period of 70 years Bath developed from a small provincial spa to being the most fashionable place, outside of London. Using a series of models, maps, paintings and reconstructions the museum looks in detail at the various crafts and personalities that built this wonderful city. We have an unrivalled collection of authentic and specialist tools, fixtures and fittings from the Georgian period.

The Collection is on a raised pavement and set back from the road. Wheelchair access is through the main entrance.

Opening Hours:
10.30am - 5pm
Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Open Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays

Opening dates:
4th February - mid Autumn

Admission Prices
Adults: £6.50
Concessions: OAPs/students/disabled (carers free) £5.00
Children: 0-5 free 6-16 £2.50
Group bookings: £4.00 per person
Schools: £2.50 (adults free)
Family ticket: £13.00