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1 Suffolk Square GL50 2DR Cheltenham United Kingdom
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Description Willoughby House
On the edge of Montpellier, one of Cheltenham's most famous squares (being just a 12 minute drive from Cheltenham Racecourse) is the Georgian Willoughby House Hotel. Sympathetically converted, this unique hotel is star-listed as a building of special architectural and historical interest with a wealth of period features. Retaining the charm of a bygone age doesn't however mean a lack of modern conveniences; Willoughby House offers affordable luxury throughout the individual rooms (including a four poster suite with Jacuzzi bath) as well as fresh, homemade breakfast, personal service, free on-site parking and free Wi-Fi.
The Royal Victoria Park dates back to the year 1829 and is one of the earliest public parks in England. The park has been named after Queen Victoria who was, at the age of eleven, still a princess when she opened the park.
The park offers a Botanical Garden, playground, tennis, lake, golf and putting greens, a bowling green, skateboard park and boating lake.
The Pavilion Restaurant offers refreshments and is open all year round from 8 am to 5 pm.
Events such as concerts and festivals are being held regularly during the summer months.
The Fashion Museum is located in Bath's Georgian Assembly Halls. The exhibits on display include fashion and fashion accessories such as shoes, clothes, hats and corsets from the 16th century until present day. Apart from the fashion displays there is also an exhibition of fashion photos which includes the Sunday Times Fashion Archive and a collection of over 500 cartes de visite from the late 19th century.
The museum has a cafe where hot and cold drinks, snacks and cakes are available.
January - February 11.00 - 16.00
March - October 11.00 - 17.00
November - December 11.00 - 16.00
Exit 1 hour after these times
Closed on 25. and 26. December
The museum is fully accessible for wheelchair users.
The City tour lasts approximately 50 minutes and departs from Bath Abbey, whilst the Skyline tour takes about 45 minutes and departs from the Bath Railway Station before travelling past Bath Abbey and the Holburne Museum towards the Prior Park Landscape Garden. Timetables and pricing options are available at the website, as is a pdf brochure which details the routes.
Jane Austen Centre
Set in a Georgian town house, the Jane Austen Centre recalls the authors life in the town of Bath between 1801 and 1806. Two of her books were inspired by the town and written here, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. The Jane Austen Centre is a permanant exhibition, which was enhanced in 2007 with the Costumes from ITV's Persuasion, designed by BAFTA. Within the museum there are contemporary prints of the city, period costumes, a gift shop, and the Regency Tea Rooms.
It is open all year from 9.45am to 5.30pm in the summer, and from 11am to 4.30pm in the winter.
Admission fee is of £6.50 for adults, £4.95 for students, 6 - 15 years of age pay £3.50, and free for the under 6. There are also family rate of £18, for 2 adults and up to 4 children.
There is wheelchair access on the ground floor only.
American Museum in Britain
Established in 1961, the American Museum was the brainchild of two American citizens, Dallas Pratt and John Judkyn. They had the idea of creating a museum in Britain that housed American artefacts, including native American Indian textiles and art.
Each of the rooms of the museum are authentically furnished to recreate a different period of American history, from early colonial times through to more modern periods. In addition to the permanent displays that are here there are also temporary exhibitions too. Since the museum is closed during winter each season there is also a new exhibition that lasts throughout the following summer.
The museum stands within 120 acres of landscaped gardens and within these gardens there are outdoor exhibitions and displays.
The museum is open between mid March and the end of October. It is open between 12 midday and 5pm every day, expect Monday. It is however open on Bank Holiday Mondays and every Monday during August.
The admission charges are:
Museum, Grounds and Exhibition:
Adult - £7.50 (11.25 Euros)
Senior Citizens/Students - £6.50 (9.75 Euros)
Children (aged 5-16) - £4.00 (6 Euros)
Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children) - £20.00 (30 Euros)
Grounds and Exhibition:
Adult - £5.00 (7.5 Euros)
Seniors/Students - £4.00 (6 Euros)
Children (5-16) - £3.00 (4.5 Euros)