Bath Assembly RoomsBath
National Trust
Bennett Street
Somerset BA1 2QH
This classic building, designed by John Wood the Younger and built in 1771, was the venue for the grand balls in the 18th century attended by the local dandies and their ladies.
The Assembly Rooms are lit by the original set of nine Whitefriars crystal chandeliers. These are said to be one of the finest sets to have survived from the 18th century. In the Octagon Room, there is an original Thomas Gainsborough portrait of Captain Wade, the first Master of the Ceremonies of the Assembly Rooms.
This elegant building now also houses the Fashion Museum. The history of fashion is traced by period displays of original costumes from the 16th century to the present.
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Plan Your Visit
Disabled Access
Wheelchair access is provided together with ground floor disabled toilet facilities. A “T” switch attachment for the audio guide is available for visitors with hearing difficulties.
Ground Floor is disabled accessible. There is a lift to the other floors.
Admission Costs & Opening Times
There is an admission cost to the Assembly.Rooms and the fashion Museum - go to 'Visitor Information - Prices' on their website, link below. This link also has 'Opening Times' details.
The Assembly Rooms Café serves hot and cold refreshments.
Contact & Further Information
Telephone  +44 (0)1225 477 789
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Website  Bath Assembly Rooms    External Link
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