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With an impressive collection of fine and decorative art, this newly transformed Museum, with Garden Cafe, is situated in lovely grounds and is set to become Bath's must-see attraction. Open daily, admission free. 10am to 5pm (11am on Sundays)
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I live just an hour away from Bath and have visited and enjoyed the Holburne on a number of occasions - always making a voluntary donation and contributing to profits in the tea room. I visited again earlier this week to find that since November...More
First off, I came here for the Rodin temporary exhibition, and I was so disappointed by the fact that it was a room no bigger than a post stamp, with barely 5 artefacts to observe. You should make this more explicit in your advertising, instead...More
Perfect for lovers of portrait art especially, fine china and silverware. Very fine permanent exhibits in addition to special collections and loans of national works of art from famous artists such as Hockney. Several floors with numerous rooms so very good value for money. Guides...More
The museum has an excellent range of interesting antiquities, many of them relevant to Bath and the people who lived here. There is always a first class visiting exhibition. The cafe, which extends into the garden, is clean and wholesome. It is an easy and...More
Came here on the hop on hop off bus which has a stop across the road. Lovely well set out museum with a beautiful cafe overlooking gardens. I especially enjoyed seeing the Thinker, Rodin,and the large Hockney painting both on loan at the time we...More
The visit was not expensive £11 for 2 of us. But we went in half price with Art Fund membership. The cost included looking over the museum plus seeing the Gainsborough portraits special exhibition. This was excellent with lots of fine portraits assembled from various...More
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Quite near - about a mile. Not a difficult walk and there's plenty to see along the way. Or you can take one of the University buses (during term time) from the bus station, near the railway station, as far as St Mary's... More
Quite near - about a mile. Not a difficult walk and there's plenty to see along the way. Or you can take one of the University buses (during term time) from the bus station, near the railway station, as far as St Mary's Church (Bathwick Hill) and then it's only a few more minutes' walk to the museum.