Red Dwarf star chairs talk on Bath’s green future.

Robert Llewellyn of Red Dwarf and Scrapheap Challenge fame was in Bath at the week-end to chair an event on … More

Face up to a Big Issue.

It’s not the largest exhibition the Museum of Bath @ Work has ever hosted but it’s one that deals with … More

Make it more of a People’s Museum?

It’s great that Bath has hot springs, Roman remains and Georgian architecture to bolster its prestige and provide a tourist … More

Museums Week

Museums across Bath & North East Somerset will host an exciting programme of special events and activities over October half-term … More

Women at war

The First World War was a conflict on a scale never experienced before and one in which a regular army … More

Museum’s royal birthday party.

HRH Duke of Gloucester will mark the beginning of the 40th birthday celebrations of the Museum of Bath at Work … More

Putting some tick back into the Horstmann clock.

A unique clock designed and made in Bath by Gustav Horstmann is to be restored to full working order. Specialist … More

Paul ‘grows’ art from his garden​.

An exhibition of the recent work by sculptor Paul Juillerat is to be on display at the Museum of Bath … More

The Public House – Three Presentations with Films

Some special lectures – with films – coming up in November at the Museum of Bath at Work. Local Historian … More

Knowing Your Place.

The highly successful Knowing Your Place exhibition featuring 12 community alphabet presentations has been on display at the Museum of … More

Bath’s extra-special bedroom.

A suite of furniture designed by the world-famous Glasgow-born architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh has returned ‘home’ to Bath 100 … More

Bath and the Workhouse exhibition.

A rare plaster bust of the first Chairman of the Bath Poor Law Guardians, who oversaw the Bath Workhouse is … More

Bath’s heritage blooms amongst the flowers.

Many of  Bath’s museums and heritage interests took part in an open air celebration of World Heritage Day in the … More

Historic railway waggon unveiled at Museum of Bath @ Work

  An historic railway waggon – found beneath Bath Spa Railway Station – has gone on show at the Museum … More

Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed bedroom returns home to Bath.

A suite of furniture designed by the world famous architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh is coming home to Bath … More

Your place on the Bath map!

Got a wonderful black and white photograph of your great grandmother standing in a car-free street in downtown Twerton or … More

1920’s Bath on film!

POP UP DOCS presents: THE OPEN ROAD Dir. Claude Friese-Greene | 1925 | UK | 64 min Thursday 2nd March … More

A little piece of the Palace sees the light.

A little piece of Bath’s theatrical history has come back into the light. From the darkness of a Victorian vaulted … More