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The Museum of Bath Architecture explores the city's rich architectural heritage and its transformation from a provincial town to Georgian city in the 18th century.
The Museum of Bath Architecture explores the city's rich architectural heritage and its transformation from a provincial town to Georgian city in the 18th century. Housed in the 18th century Gothic Revival Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel, it goes into details of construction of a typical Georgian house through models, paintings and reconstructions. It displays a 1:500 scale detailed model of Bath.
The Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel, The Paragon, The Vineyards, Bath BA1 5NA, United Kingdom
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