American Museum

Night and Day:

1930s Fashion & Photographs 

This year the American Museum & Gardens is delighted to announce the arrival of its most glamourous exhibition yet, Night and Day: 1930s Fashion & Photographs, organised by the Fashion and Textiles Museum, London.

Presented thematically, the exhibition will take visitors on a journey through sumptuous city tableaus featuring a range of glamorous eveningwear. Nightclub, cinema and bustling street scenes are filled with floor-length gowns, created in satins, velvets and crepes and adorned with diamante.

Bath Postal Museum: Delivering a first-class educational experience

Visit Bath Postal Museum to learn more about Bath’s role in the development of the modern postal system, plus the pioneers that helped create the service.. 

Escape the present, explore the past at The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths is one of the finest ancient spas in Europe. This incredible Roman site has witnessed nearly two thousand years of history, and its tales of healing, worship and relaxation is even more relevant today.

Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years at The Holburne Museum

The first exhibition to survey Grayson Perry’s earliest forays into the art world re-introduces the explosive and creative works he made between 1982 and 1994. These ground-breaking ‘lost’ pots are reunited for the first time to focus on the formative years of one of Britain’s most recognisable artists.

The show at the Holburne Museum is also remarkable for the fact that many of the 70 items on display have been crowd-sourced from across the UK, following a hugely successful appeal to the public in 2018.

Today, Perry – and his instantly-recognisable alter-ego, Claire – enjoys a reputation bordering on National Treasure status by virtue of his distinctive tapestry, collage and ceramic works – that often explore themes of gender, identity and social class – and his remarkable work as a witty social commentator on television and in print.

No 1 Royal Crescent

A museum which has been decorated and furnished just as it might have been during the period 1776-1796.

Museum of Bath Architecture

Explore the rich architectural history of Bath as it was transformed from a small medieval town to the world famous Georgian city.

The Herschel Museum

A dedicated to the many achievements of the Herschels, who were distinguished astronomers as well as talented musicians. 


Enter a land of adventure. Where lions roam. Tigers stalk. And monkeys swing.

Bishops Palace

Enjoy the stunning medieval architecture, moat and RHS partner gardens.

Bath City Farm

Follow our History or Nature Trail through 37 acres or play in our park, the Fort.

Wookey Hole

A visit to Wookey Hole Caves includes a great mix of attractions In one ticket Price.

Prior Park Landscape Gardens

Why not become a member of the National Trust so you too can come a visit.

Excel Tennis 

Tennis for everyone! Book a court up to 2 weeks in advance - just click below.

Odeon Bath

From animated adventures to the latest Hollywood reboots.

Bath Skyline

Become a member of the National Trust this summer to enjoy these stunning views.

Dyrham Park

A baroque country house in an ancient deer park near the village of Dyrham.