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Designed by John Wood II in 1769, these stately and ornate public rooms were used for evening "soirees" during the 18th century, for dancing, music, card-playing and tea-drinking. Today the Assembly Rooms may be hired for a range of events such as...more
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Having read Jane Austen at school, and historical, romance novels by various authors, this place was a must on our day tour of Bath. It brought to life the stories I had read, I could imagine the dancing and the card playing, and generally good...More
This location is just a quick stop-in while touring Bath, but it is worth the stop. The assembly rooms were integral to the lifestyle of high society Bath and a charming look at a bygone day. If you are a fan of Jane Austen or...More
We had chosen Bath for a weekend away to brighten up January.
I would recommend a visited the Assembly Rooms and we really enjoyed.
It was a Sunday and this particular afternoon there was a Ballroom dance meeting.
The staff were welcoming and gave me...More
We were taken here on our guided walk, and we were enthralled. How the chandeliers have survived is astonishing, so lucky they were out of the building when it was bombed. inside the rooms it is stepping back to Jane austens time. the guides stories...More
Fans of Jane Austen know all about the Assembly Rooms. A pity then that there are no information boards mentioning her or the history of the rooms. The rooms themselves are grand - mainly because of the impressive chandeliers, but they lack atmosphere - being...More
Very interesting place to visit but the service and food in the café were terrible. The bacon and chicken sandwich that eventually arrived after a long wait was dire, dry and tasteless with a very small and very thin cold bacon slice with small bits...More
Assembly rooms warm and welcoming on a cold day. A beautiful chandelier is worth a look. Best of all the excellent Fashion Museum display of clothes through the ages, including some Royal clothes on loan. Excellent audio guide. Not to be missed.