3D history

State of the art, 3D printing may be brought in to help bring the story of Bath up to date! … More

Martin gets a lift!

Now this was not a pretty sight. One of the most famous faces of Bath reduced to thumbing a lift … More

With a little help from our friends.

Just in case you hadn’t noticed already, Bath is a big player in the heritage business. With Roman remains and … More

Haircut 200

My thanks to Jenny Noad for these pictures – taken in The Circus yesterday. Jenny writes: “Interesting to see that … More

A helping hand for Bath’s heritage.

The scaffolding that has been fronting Hales the Chemist in Bath’s Argyle Street will be coming down in the next … More

Bath’s new hotel opens for business

The new Apex City of Bath Hotel has had what you might call a ‘soft opening’ with forty odd rooms … More

Have your say on heritage.

Members of the public are being asked to comment on plans to enhance Bath’s World Heritage status. The City of … More

Looking into Bath’s heritage future.

Everything from traffic and bad architecture to waterways and pollution were under discussion today during a ‘workshop’ held at Bath … More

Celebrate World Heritage Day in Bath

Prior Park Landscape Garden will be playing host to Bath’s World Heritage Day celebrations today – Sunday April 19th. This … More

Off the streets & into the kitchen?

My thanks to Virtual Museum follower Terry James for this image. A sign painted on a Georgian house in Gay’s … More

Bath’s hidden Chinese history

A little bit of Bath‘s hidden history is going to be revealed to us all in a couple of months … More

Corps – What a Year!

The Mayor of Bath’s Corps of Honorary Guides – which gives free tours around the World Heritage city on 364 … More

Another Roman baths!

Bath’s amazing Roman bathing complex is a top attraction for people visiting this World Heritage city but other than using … More

A club for all!

You may think the sun had set on the last of the British Empire but you’d be wrong. There’s one … More

Foot notes!

Interesting to note that while the Daily Telegraph continues to sponsor its very worthy annual Bath Festival  of Children’s Literature … More

Northumberland Place restoration underway

The boards were coming off the fire gutted premises of Nicholas Wylde the Jewellers in Northumberland Place today (Tuesday) and … More

Thanks for your views!

Since the Virtual Museum of Bath was first launched into cyber-space l am now pleased to report that postings have … More

Council’s cycle champ weighs in

 Seems B&NES is caught between the ‘Devil and the deep blue sea’ when it comes to taking action over bikes … More