We’re sorry to say that this opportunity is fully booked and so is no longer available. Thank you for your interest and we hope you might still be keen to come along during opening hours another time in the future.
An opportunity to be part of a small group for a guided tour round tone of Bath’s most interesting and intriguing museums – closed to the public, you’ll have the place to yourselves. Tickets are free but very limited!
Wednesday 30 October, 11.00 -12.00
Herschel Museum of Astronomy
This modest Georgian house was at the centre of 18th century space exploration – here astronomer William Herschel and his sister Caroline discovered the plant Uranus, thereby doubling the size of the known universe. Fully restored to its original Georgian condition, the house contains the workshop in which Herschel made his telescopes, as well as the beautiful garden in which they identified comets, stars and planets for the first time.