The Museum is closed until further notice Click here for more details Due to Covid-19 restrictions BRAINTEASERS AND THEN SOME! Mr Bowler’s Factivity Pages DO YOU COLLECT ANYTHING? Would you like to make your own Museum? FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN 2021 For the cost of only two cups of coffee per week, you can make a big difference TWO THOUSAND YEARS OF WORKING LIFE The Story of
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Enter the world of working Bath through a series of authentically reconstructed workplaces, workshops and display galleries. Two thousand years of working life are on display from a Victorian ironmongers and engineering works, a soft drinks making factory and even a Bath Stone mine working, all on show in a former Real Tennis court, dating from 1777.

The heritage of working people in Bath is covered in two display halls – the first ‘Landscapes and Livelihoods’- shows how the city’s workers have served the residents and visitors with goods and services – since the time of the Romans. The second ‘Knowing Your Place’ features a changing programme of local history exhibitions designed and prepared with local people.

Children’s activities, working machinery demonstrations, free guided and audio tours, a small shop and refreshments are all on site and only ten minutes walk from the city centre!

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