Assembly Rooms

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The Bath Assembly Rooms, designed by John Wood, the Younger in 1769, are a set of elegant assembly rooms located in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath in England which are now open to the public as a visitor. Designed by John Wood the Younger in 1769. Their purpose was to be a place for dancing and music. When they were completed in 1771 they were described as 'the most noble and elegant of any in the kingdom'. Each of the four rooms, the Great Octagon, Tea Room, Ball Room and Card Room, had a specific purpose, as their names suggest, but they could all adapt for other functions, as they still do today. Guests can move easily, behind closed doors, from room to room throughout the day and there is a small formal garden.

Our address

Address:
Bennett St, Bath, Somerset BA1 2QH
Telephone:
01225 477173
Web:
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bath-assembly-rooms/
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Opening Hours

Monday:
10.30-4.00
Tuesday:
10.30-4.00
Wednesday:
10.30-4.00
Thursday:
10.30-4.00
Friday:
10.30-4.00
Saturday:
10.30-4.00
Sunday:
10.30-4.00

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