In 2016, we are open from Monday 1 February until Sunday 11 December.
Mondays 12noon until 5.30pm
Tuesday-Sunday 10.30am to 5.30pm
Last entry is 4.30pm
We are pleased to offer visitors with a valid B&NES Discovery Card 2 for 1 on admission or 50% discount for solo card-holders.
No. 1 Royal Crescent aims to be welcoming and inclusive to everyone who visits the museum, including parents or guardians visiting with babies and young children.
There is buggy parking available in the introduction room and visitors are welcome to borrow one of our baby carriers, kindly donated to us byBaby Bjorn. Unfortunately prams and buggies cannot be taken through the house due to the historic nature of the building and its contents.
Breastfeeding and bottle feeding is allowed anywhere where there is visitor seating within the museum. Should parents require more privacy, please ask a member of staff on arrival who will be happy to assist in finding a quiet spot.
Baby changing facilities are situated in the Ground Floor toilet which is located beyond the ticket desk and the accessible lift. This toilet is not accessible to wheelchairs.
‘History Detective’ packs are available free at the ticket desk. They contain activities aimed at children aged 4+. There are also Georgian themed games, books and try-on costumes in the Servants’ Hall.
In addition to our discounted entry price of £7 per person (for groups of 15 or more), we also offer groups some alternative options.
£12 per head – introductory talk about the museum, tea and coffee, and access to the house. Usually available during normal opening hours. (Minimum group size: 15 people.)
£15 per head – private visit to the house out-of-hours (evenings) including talk about the museum, refreshments (including a glass of wine) and tour of the house. (Minimum group size: 15 people.)
For more information and to make a booking, please email email@example.com.
Please note that our out-of-hours group bookings need to be arranged three weeks in advance.
We are twenty minutes walk from Bath Spa train station. See the TrainLine for trains to Bath.
We are just a 10 minute stroll from the Tourist Information Centre in Abbey Churchyard.
The nearest car park is Charlotte Street which is five minutes walk away – though there is a minimum stay at this car park of 4 hours. For more details on the city’s car parks, please visit the Bath & North-East Somerset Council Website.
The nearest stops for First Buses are:
The City Sightseeing buses stop on the Royal Avenue and at the Royal Crescent.