Sally Lunn’s Museum

Set in one of the oldest buildings in Bath is the Sally Lunn’s Museum. This is the place to discover all about the creation of the famous Bath Bun, the lady who started it all off and how the Sally Lunn’s Bath Bun became a firm favourite of locals and visitors to the beautiful spa city of Bath. Much more than just a museum, you will find fabulous food, history and much more at the Museum and there’s even time for a nice cup of tea or two.

The Bath Bun or Sally Lunn’s Bun as they are also referred to as is very much a part of the heritage of the city. Sally Lunn was a French refugee who arrived in England over 300 years ago and became one of the city’s most famous bakers. The Bath Bun is still as popular today and has become somewhat of a delicacy, often copied by others.

Enjoy an afternoon tea, delicious food and see the actual kitchen used by Sally Lunn to create her well-loved Bath Buns. Close by you will find many stunning Bath hotels and other attractions to make your stay in Bath memorable and fun. Visit Bath today and explore the city and all of its delights.

Inclusive Mini Break from £169 pp

All from £169 pp (2 nights) and £249 pp (3 nights) Sun-Thurs, with a £50 pppn supplement Fri-Sat. Saving up to £80 per couple based on 2 persons sharing a double or twin standard room.

Please quote MINI BREAK when making your reservation.

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