Opened in 1900, the upper floor of this Victorian Art Gallery's permanent exhibition space holds paintings from the early ... More
Victoria Art Gallery
Opened in 1900, the upper floor of this Victorian Art Gallery's permanent exhibition space holds paintings from the early 17th Century up to modern times; including works from some of Bath's best known artists such as Thomas Barker, as well as a collection of porcelain, glass, and miniature decorative art. The lower floor, once the Bath library, houses six-week exhibitions with wide ranging themes and appeal. A small exhibition room, library, and the Guildhall's Georgian rooms next door, complete the complex. Events and lectures are regular features, and activities for the visually impaired and children are available. A small bookshop offers a wide selection of cards and gifts; coffee and tea are also available.
This small, independent gallery focuses on Scottish work and is a charming and unpretentious place to view and buy art.
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Formally opened in 1830, Royal Victoria Park was named after the young princess who was visiting Bath at the time.
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