265 Years of History
There is a great deal of history in the City of Bath, but few of its buildings can provide such a window on the most interesting parts of its social progress, from the Georgian period up to the present day. The unique blend provided through the three periods of ownership brings together a diverse range of interests, and encompasses the development of entertainment, religion and benevolence within local society.
The building is open to the public on selected days each week for Guided Tours along with the Masonic Museum housed in the vaults beneath. During the 90-minute tour, your guide will illustrate the changes the building has undergone, the reasons for them, and introduce you to some of the individuals responsible for those changes, not only within our building, but in the wider development of the City itself.
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