Bath Camerata’s new CD

Not all of Bath’s ‘fame’ lies with Roman ruins or Georgian architecture, in the world of music it happens to … More

World stage for local museum

Singer, songwriter and activist, Peter Gabriel may have helped make Bath’s (Little) Solsbury Hill world-famous but more recently he’s been … More

Come see ‘the city lights’

Christmas in Bath doesn’t have to be all about shopping. Take a break from the busy streets to enjoy a … More

What a picture!

I am sitting in the jewel box that is Number 15 Great Pulteney Street – drinking a welcome cup of … More

Museum of Bath Architecture announces photo competition.

Architectural Photographer of the Year 2018 Architecture is all around us; virtually everywhere we go there is some kind of … More

In loving memory.

While l am pleased B&NES have managed to get the Laura Place foumntain working again, regular followers of Bath Newseum … More

Doing it for love NOT money!

Bath Preservation Trust – with its various city museums  – would be the first to admit just how important volunteers … More

TripAdvisor award for BPT museums

No. 1 Royal Crescent, The Museum of Bath Architecture and The Herschel Museum of Astronomy have each been awarded a … More

Planning for Peace – a Bath that never was.

Here’s a picture of a public building Bath is still waiting to see built. It’s a new concert hall and … More

Name change for Bath museum

One of the city’s museums has changed its name. When it opens for the season next Saturday, February 14th, The … More