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19 New King Street, BATH, BA1 2BLWrite a review
This 18th-century town house celebrates the achievements of William Herschel and his sister Caroline, who were both distinguished astronomers. William discovered Uranus in 1781. The house is decorated and furnished in the style of the period of Georgian Bath, while the gardens are semi-formal in design and include different plants and herbs popular at the time. There is also a star vault astronomy auditorium and the Caroline Lucretia gallery.
£5 (ch £2.50, students £3, concessions £4.50). Family £12
Open 21 Jan-16 Dec, Mon-Tue & Thu-Fri 1-5, wknds 11-5. Open Wed during half term & school hols
Parking (some 2 hour free spaces).
Coach parties welcome (advance booking required).
No dogs (except assist dogs).
in Bath city centre