Thing's to do

The Tudors: Passion, Power & Politics

In our opening exhibition of 2022, The Tudors: Passion, Power and Politics, you will come face-to-face with the five Tudor monarchs – Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I...

Mary, Queen of Scots after Nicholas Hilliard, inscribed 1578 © National Portrait Gallery,

Looking for a fun way to see Bath?

Turn your day into an adventure with Treasure Hunt Bath. Rediscover our beautiful city by uncovering clues and following treasure maps. All outdoors, play on your own phones, instant booking. Click below to book.


Exhibition at BRSLI in aid of Bath Mind

Bath Mind are delighted to be charity beneficiaries of a photography exhibition at the BRSLI, “Images of Bath and Tokyo” organised by co-exhibitors Jason Dorley-Brown and Andrew Polson.


Always a First-Class delivery at Bath Postal Museum

Bath Postal Museum gives a great opportunity to learn, not only the interesting history of the Postal Service but also of the communication.

All ages will enjoy this little museum, with a mixture of video recordings, interactive displays and other exhibits on the history of the Mail Coach, air transport and airmail, military mail, sea mail and railways. You can learn about post from ancient times such as the Bronze Age and what it was like during Roman and Medieval times. There are talking heads to listen to and a dressing up box for the kids (and big kids!) so you can dress in the costumes such as that of an old fashioned postie.


Dorothy House Hospice

Support this year's Men's Walk for Dorothy House

Join us on Sunday 13 February 2022 for our Men’s Walk To Support! This eight-mile walk is an opportunity for men aged 12+ to join together in solidarity and raise vital funds for end-of-life care in our local community. 

Snowdrop Weekends at The Bishop's Palace

The Bishop's Palace's popular "Snowdrop Celebrations" are to return to Wells in late January 2022, running each consecutive weekend in the month.  Click the link below to find out more details...


Celebrate Wassail at Bath City Farm

According to ancient custom, Wassailing fruit trees at this time of year is the only certain way to guarantee good crops in the Autumn. It's as old as the hills and as daft as a brush.

Judo: A Cultural History of Martial Art

Judo was devised by Jigorō Kanō (1860-1938) in the 1880s derived from more ancient forms of the Japanese martial arts known as jūjutsu. He described judo as ‘not a mere sport or game. I regard it as a principle of life, art and science. In fact, it is a means for personal cultural attainment.’ Between May and October 1910 eight million people visited the Japan-British Exhibition in London. Click below to read more...


Myths and Monsters at Victoria Art Gallery

This family-friendly exhibition is a fun continuation of the 2017 Here Be Dragons extravaganza, which broke attendance records for the Gallery. Click for more...