No.1 creates a wonderfully vital picture of fashionable life in 18th C Bath. Each room shows an example of Georgian interior design with authentic furniture, carpets and textiles.
Based in the Countess of Huntingdon's Chape, portraying the rich architectural history of Bath and it's transformation from a provincial town into a world famous Georgian city
What's on at Bath Preservation Trust and our Museums
Once the home of William Herschel, the museum was inaugurated as a museum in 1981 exactly 200 years after his historic discovery of Uranus.
Beckford’s Tower was designed by Henry Edmund Goodridge in 1825 is a120-foot neo-classical Tower, which enjoys uninterrupted views of the countryside.
Bath Preservation Trust with schools and community