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American Museum in Britain

Claverton Manor, BATH, BA2 7BD

Claverton Manor is just two miles south east of Bath, in a beautiful setting above the River Avon. The house was built in 1820 by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville, and is now a museum of American decorative arts. The gardens are well worth seeing, and include an American arboretum and a formal garden based on George Washington's Mount Vernon. Each year the museum holds special exhibitions and runs a full programme of special events with kids' activities, live music, living history events and Quilting Bees. Photo credits: AMiB 2015.

Further information

Tel: 01225 460503
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Prices

£10 (ch £5.50, concessions £9). Family £27.50. See website for current prices

Opening times

Open 19 Mar-30 Oct, Tue-Sun (open Mon incl BH Mons in Aug) 12-5
24 Nov-18 Dec, Tue-Sun 12-4.30
Average visit 3.5hrs

Facilities

Parking.
Café.

Dogs

Dogs not allowed in museum buildings

Assist dogs allowed all areas.

Accessibility

Partly accessible. Grounds not fully accessible
Disabled parking, lift to all floors
Toilets.

American Museum in Britain
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Signed from city centre & A36 Warminster road

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