The pipe factory under a Bath playground.

  Here’s another story from the past. ┬áToday’s Look Back surrounds the redevelopment of the Saw Close -back in 2015 … More

Barry returns for new look at Roman Baths.

Down in the tunnels below York Street archaeologists have been finishing off their work ready for contractors to move in … More

New mosaic uncovered at Roman Baths

The earliest mosaic ever found at the Roman Baths in Bath has been discovered during excavations taking place in advance … More

Uncovering history while you watch!

Archaeologists have just begun the largest excavations seen at the Roman Baths for thirty years and residents and visitors are … More

Uncovering the past as part of Abbey’s future.

It’s going to be church business as usual inside Bath Abbey over the coming months – and years – as … More

Saw Close site ready for building to start!

Today the Virtual Museum of Bath was invited into the major building site on the Saw Close where Monday week … More

That’s the Saw Close demolition – now let’s build!

Demolition work on Bath’s Saw Close building site is coming to an end with the actual start of constructing a … More

Line of Bath’s Roman wall confirmed.

As a member of the Mayor of Bath’s Guild of Honorary Guides, l have been telling groups of tourists for … More

Goodbye to the old Saw Close garage.

The Virtual Museum was on hand this morning (Monday, January 18th, 2016) to witness the start of the demolition of … More

Memories of the Palace Theatre.

Virtual Museum coverage of archaeological excavations and chance discoveries in and around the old Palace Theatre site in the Saw … More

Digging up Bath’s past.

A couple more ‘discoveries’ from the excavations Cotswold Archaeology are carrying out in conjunction with Deeley Freed Estates – the … More

Palace Theatre gives up some secrets!

One of Bath’s old theatres has been giving up some of its secrets as work gets underway on regenerating part … More

Norman masonry, gin shaker and putting archaeology to bed.

I was on hand – earlier today (Wednesday, November 25th) – to watch contractors put a little part of Bath’s … More

Saw Close dig brings out the crowds

One hundred and one people through the gates in the first twenty minutes. Not bad for the start of the … More

Meet the Archaeologists

Saw Close Open Day, Saturday 31 October 2015, 10am-2pm This month Cotswold Archaeology, in association with Deeley Freed Estates and … More

Clay pipes, casino and Saw Close dig.

I am pleased to hear that Cotswold Archaeology will be handling an archaeological dig in Bath’s Saw Close where work … More