The majority of us love to have a bit of a wander around a museum from time to time. Trips to a museum can often be fun, relaxing and educational. It’s good to know then that Bath is full of a lot of different museums. You will in fact be hard-pressed to find a city that has as many museums in one square mile as Bath does.
Lets’ take a look at some of the most popular museums in the wonderful city of Bath:
Bath Postal Museum
This fascinating museum is ideal if you’ve come to Bath to relax and enjoy Bath Spa breaks. If you would like a gentle stroll around a museum that has helped to build the history of Britain, this is the right place for you. Learn how the post office was developed and how it grew to become what it is today. Discover how post was sent in ancient, Roman, medieval and in other ages in the UK and beyond. Found at 27 Northgate Street, the Postal Museum will prove to be both enlightening and fascinating.
Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House and Museum
Home to one of the oldest houses in the city of Bath, Sally Lunn’s pays homage to a young lady who came to Bath from France to escape persecution. Within just a few years Sally Lunn became well known for her wonderful Bath bun that has become world famous. The museum gives you the chance to see the original kitchen that Ms. Lunn baked in and it also gives you the chance to taste a Bath bun too. Found at 4 North Parade Passage, Sally Lunn’s is well worth a visit.
American Museum in Bath
The American Museum in Bath is thought to contain one of the finest collections of American memorabilia outside of the United States. With interactive exhibitions and a great event calendar, this museum surely has something for everyone. Located at Claverton Manor, Claverton Down, the museum highlights the civil war, and the colonial times. With exhibitions taking place through-out the year, the American Museum is well worth a visit and will please the entire family.
The Holburne Museum
Located at Great Pulteney Street, The Holburne Museum is home to a fine collection of art. It doesn’t matter what form of art you love the most, this museum houses collections you’re sure to love. There are many pieces on display that have never been seen before and you may also be lucky enough to see whole exhibitions that have never been seen before either. There is a constant hive of activity at the Holburne Museum and hands-on activities will please people of all ages as will the variety of creative workshops.
The great news is that admission to this wonderful museum is absolutely free but if you wish to see one of the temporary exhibitions you will need to pay a fee. The garden café is a great place to rest after your walk around the museum, and the park offers you the chance to walk off those slices of cake that proved too good to resist.