We run an inspiring exhibition programme and a huge variety of events for all ages – lectures, workshops, holiday activities, outings and much more.
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The Museum lies approximately 500 yards due south of the Market Square on the West side of Long Street, one of the town’s most picturesque streets, lined with Georgian houses. It can easily be found by the wrought iron sign hanging above the arched entrance, flags and the notice boards placed out on the pavement.
For car users, long term parking can be found in the Station Road car park and short term parking in the Market Square (although not on Market Day on Thursdays). Several smaller car parks are scattered throughout the town. Parking is also available on the side of most streets (this is restricted to 1 hour near the Market Square and 2 hours further away). We can offer limited parking at the rear of the Museum, but this cannot be guaranteed, particularly if we have events. If you are bringing a group, or require a space reserving for you, then please let us know. There is a single blue badge parking space at the front of the museum and there is a dedicated blue badge parking space at the rear of the building. We close the car park from 5pm.
For cyclists, walkers and canal boat users, the town is a major stop on the Kennet and Avon canal which runs from Bath all the way to Reading. The Museum is only 10 minutes walk from the wharf. Cyclists are welcome to leave their bikes just inside the museum's staff car park, but please note that it closes shortly after 5pm most days.