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The museum is housed in a grade 2 listed building near to The Royal Cresent, and other tourist attractions.
It started with a reconstruction of the shop, offices, workshops of a Victorian engineering business that later added an aerated water manufactory. Much of the original equipment survives, and some can be seen working.
In the 25 years since the museum was established new exhibits have been added, in particular:
Bath at Work: 2000 years of Earning a Living. The exhibition tells the commercial story of the city of Bath since Roman times.
Mining Bath Stone. A full size model of a stone mine, with original equipment, is complemented by the 160 million year geological history, and the story of Victorian mining, and recent restoration projects
Are you open during term time?
Are you open during school holidays?
|Monday||April 1st-October 31st, 10.30am- last entry 4.30pm|
|Tuesday||April 1st-October 31st, 10.30am- last entry 4.30pm|
|Wednesday||April 1st-October 31st, 10.30am-last entry 4.30pm|
|Thursday||April 1st-October 31st, 10.30am-last entry 4.30pm|
|Friday||April 1st-October 31st, 10.30am-last entry 4.30pm|
|Saturday||All year, 10.30am-last entry 4.30pm|
|Sunday||All year, 10.30am-last entry 4.30pm|
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