Old Theatre Royal located at 12 Old Orchard St, Bath BA1 1JU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01225 462233

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steve norris

5 Google Rating

Fascinating tour of old theatre, Masonic lodge and museum. Super knowledgeable tour guide as well.

5/ 5

Fascinating tour of old theatre, Masonic lodge and museum. Super knowledgeable tour guide as well.

Anna Beria

5 Google Rating

Great venue for medium-sized events.

5/ 5

Great venue for medium-sized events.

James Boblak

5 Google Rating

This is the most unique and wonderful tour one can take in Bath - not to be missed!!

5/ 5

This is the most unique and wonderful tour one can take in Bath - not to be missed!!

Me Baylis

5 Google Rating

Great place for an event

5/ 5

Great place for an event

Jon Paget

5 Google Rating

A surprising history and a friendly, informative tour guide.

5/ 5

A surprising history and a friendly, informative tour guide.

Graham Digger Gardiner

5 Google Rating

Had a lovely time, very interesting tour, taking you through over 300 years, the guide showed us man

5/ 5

Had a lovely time, very interesting tour, taking you through over 300 years, the guide showed us many unique and amazing things. Would recommend 😎👍

Mark Woodward

5 Google Rating

Fantastic tour, full of history

5/ 5

Fantastic tour, full of history

James Whitehouse

5 Google Rating

We had our wedding reception at the Old Theatre Royal in November 2019 and we can't recommend it hig

5/ 5

We had our wedding reception at the Old Theatre Royal in November 2019 and we can't recommend it highly enough. The whole team went out of their way to ensure we had the perfect day. The venue was great and the food really good. Special thanks to Barry and Clive who helped ensure our day went perfectly to plan. Thanks again! James & Graz

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