Bath. Elegant Georgian city and one of Britain's most popular tourist destinations.
Bath Abbey crypt.
Bath Industrial Heritage Centre.
Museum of Costume.
Museum of the Building of Bath.
No 1 Royal Crescent.
Roman Baths Museum.
Royal Society of Photography.
Sally Lunn museum.
The Bath Aqua Theatre of glass. A living working museum, with exhibits including, antique and modern examples of stained glass, and some antique Roman and Bristol blue glass. Enjoy live glassblowing and seeing a stained glass artist at work.
The Jane Austen Centre. Permanent exhibition of Jane Austens life in Bath.
Bristol. Important city with strong maritime tradition.
Bristol City Museum & Art Gallery. Bristol Museum containing collections representing the arts, human history and natural science. A fine and extensive collection of local and international ceramics, silver, and fine and applied art, as well as exhibits devoted to natural sciences and antiquity.
Bristol Science Museum.
British Empire and Commonwealth Museum. The British Empire & Commonwealth Museum represents the first serious attempt in the United Kingdom to present a publicly accessible history of the British empire and to examine its continuing impact on Britain and the rest of the world.
Harveys Wine Cellar Museum. Located underground, the museum has an award-winning restaurant on the premises. Guided tours are available although you are advised to check the availability ahead of visiting.
SS Great Britain. The first great ocean liner, plus Maritime Heritage Centre. Also to see: The Matthew ia a replica of the ship built in the 15th century in which John Cabot sailed from Bristol to Newfoundland.
Holst Birthplace Museum. The place where Gustav Holst, composer of The Planets was born in 1874. The story of the man and his music is told alongside a fascinating display of personal belongings including his piano.
Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery. There's more in Exeter's museum than you might imagine. Its 16 galleries of displays take visitors on a voyage of discovery from pre-history to the present day and from Exeter all around the world.
Gloucester Docks. The National Waterways Museum, Soldiers of Gloucester, The Antiques Centre, The Robert Opie Collection. Boat trips through the living waterways of yesteryear and to the present day. Plus shops, bars and restaurants.
Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum. Ten galleries of nationally important, award-winning displays. Salisbury's history: costume, Wedgwood and other ceramics, pictures, and wonderful collections of archaeology, particularly Stonehenge (with new interactive gallery)…
Torquay Museum. It holds collections of natural history, palaeontology, archaeology, social history, ethnography, Torquay pottery, pictorial records, and archives, relating to the Torbay area, as well as from across the world.
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