The paved corridor between Bath Abbey and Kingston Buildings is the site chosen for a special outdoor exhibition celebrating the great men and women of the city.
It’s called The History Makers of Bath and there are 30 large and colourful display panels which display a series of creative and inspiring images – together with information relating to famous or infamous characters of Bath.
Each history maker has made a lasting impression on Bath and its surroundings.
The exhibition images feature their legacies and also link visitors to Bath’s multitude of museums, art galleries, architecture and more.
You can go along and choose your favourite or let the Virtual Museum know if you think someone has been left out!
The public display is also supporting the Forever Friends Appeal to help create a pioneering new Cancer Centre at the Royal United Hospital.
The Virtual Museum went along to ask organiser Angela Calvert-Jones to tell us more about the display.