Museum of Bath at Work located at Julian Rd, Bath BA1 2RH, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01225 318348

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Jerry Willcock

5 Google Rating

Visited this somewhat out of the way museum last week and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The vol

5/ 5

Visited this somewhat out of the way museum last week and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The volunteer staff were really attentive and helpful. It's well worth seeking this little gem to see how one particular family made its mark on Bath. Highly recommend particularly if you are interested in machinery or remember those old fashion hardware stores before B&Q came along!

Dan Hagman95th

5 Google Rating

A very enjoyable visit very helpful and friendly staff. We all had a great time especially my grands

5/ 5

A very enjoyable visit very helpful and friendly staff. We all had a great time especially my grandson

Judith Owens

5 Google Rating

Really interesting exhibits - we intended to be there for an hour and it ended up closer to 2.5! The

5/ 5

Really interesting exhibits - we intended to be there for an hour and it ended up closer to 2.5! The staff are really friendly and happy to chat about the exhibits, and the way that the main workshop is connected up so you can see the machinery in action is pretty awesome. I live in the area and I learnt so many new things about Bath today. I will say that it's not amazingly child friendly; there are some bits of exhibits aimed at children, but unless they're the sort who is very seriously interested in history they might struggle.

Matthew Sims

5 Google Rating

Friendly and informative staff. A very interesting story of the history of Bath and it's industry. G

5/ 5

Friendly and informative staff. A very interesting story of the history of Bath and it's industry. Great value for money.

Gerald Barry

5 Google Rating

Very interesting. The volunteers are very helpful

5/ 5

Very interesting. The volunteers are very helpful

James McEntee

5 Google Rating

Honestly my favourite museum in Bath. Great for makers or anyone interested in machinery. There's a

5/ 5

Honestly my favourite museum in Bath. Great for makers or anyone interested in machinery. There's a strange mix of unrelated art all the way through including some things that look like mistakes (nails in a plug socket) but it doesn't distract from what is otherwise an excellent museum of industrial heritage. The line driven workshop at the beginning is particularly impressive although a shame you can't get closer.

Cranstonite

5 Google Rating

An amazing amount of items and variety of displays in a relatively compact space. Such a nice place

5/ 5

An amazing amount of items and variety of displays in a relatively compact space. Such a nice place to wander about and get a real feel for the industries and businesses it is describing. The staff were lovely and obviously very enthusiastic about the place. Will definitely be visiting when I pass through Bath again. It's a shame it's probably missed by a lot of people because it's a little hidden away. It could do with a mention as somewhere to visit on the open top bus audio guide, as there's a stop just a few minutes walk away. All in all a wonderful way to spend a few hours.

Clanat Andrews

5 Google Rating

Fabulous little museum for anyone interested in social, engineering, workplace history. Mainly one B

5/ 5

Fabulous little museum for anyone interested in social, engineering, workplace history. Mainly one Bath company which closed in 1969 and has been relocated & explained via info boards & audio, in an old real tennis court. We went back a second time as our allocated time wasn't sufficient. Well worth searching out this gem if you're headed to Bath. (Fabulous model railway too)

glenn barnett

5 Google Rating

The museum was wonderful, volunteer on front desk so knowledgeable. Gave a true idea of hardships en

5/ 5

The museum was wonderful, volunteer on front desk so knowledgeable. Gave a true idea of hardships endured to get the bath stone, very humbling. The only fly in the ointment was the director's attitude, what a rude little man he was But this cannot take away from a 5 star museum

Naomi Warren

5 Google Rating

Absolutely amazing, all children from ages 1 - 15 enjoyed our trip. Friendly staff. Thank you for a

5/ 5

Absolutely amazing, all children from ages 1 - 15 enjoyed our trip. Friendly staff. Thank you for a lovely day out.

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