Wednesday 27th July 2022
|Morning pick up||Lodges, Northwick Road, Worcester||9:15 am|
|Bath arrival drop off||Terrace Walk, Bath, BA1 1LN|
|Museum drop off||Near Royal Crescent, Bath|
|Return pick up||Terrace Walk, Bath, BA1 1LN||4:30 pm|
We will be met at the Museum of Bath at Work and given a short introductory talk on the collection. It covers 2,000 years of Bath’s working heritage from Roman to C18th. Refreshments and loos will be available.
The centrepiece of the Museum, is a reconstructed Victorian soft drinks factory, complete with office, workshop and bottling plant. Other exhibits exploring Bath’s industrial and commercial heritage include a reconstructed Bath Stone mine, ironmonger’s shop and cabinet maker’s workshop.
Please note, it is at the top-of-town, a fairly steep hill so those for the museum visit will be dropped near the Royal Crescent (the nearest the coach can go).
Although not a lot closer it is nearer the same level.
This drop-off is also close to No.1 Royal Crescent which looks beyond the Crescent’s famous Palladian façade and see what life was like for the wealthy and their servants in eighteenth-century Bath. It is also close to the Assembly Rooms & Costume Museum, should you also wish to visit those as an alternative.
|Coach trip and entry to Museum of Bath at Work||£23.00 each (+£2 for non-members)|
|Coach trip only||£20.00|
- Download a payment slip.
- Send you completed slip with a cheque to Mike Hayzelden (details on the slip).