Whilst we have visited Bath on a number of occasions, previously we had never been to the American Museum at Claverton Manor. However, spending several days in the area, we took a short taxi journey out to the site. What a revelation and what a treat. Under, well organised covid regulations our tour was limited to a guided group of maximum six people, but our excellent guide covered all the main features. Additionally the exhibition area was full of fascinating costumes and the Orangery cafe provided us with early coffee and then a later lunch of tasty sandwiches with locally baked bread. In particular, the guided tour of the American museum whetted our appetite for a detailed enjoyment of the rooms and we will be back as soon as regulations allow. Highly recommended.
Bath’s culture is also very rich. The American Museum is also very unique. They are all American-style paintings and art works. You can also see many enemy buildings here. It is very good to visit here.
The exhibits in the American Museum are well done and are suitable for people of all ages. The quilting and fashion and textile exhibitions currently offered are excellent. Coupled with a nice cafe, excellent landscape and garden, you have a very good afternoon tea option.
This museum is very gorgeous. You can see the meticulous architecture from the outside. It also has a lot of collections and a lot of works of art. It can satisfy people of all ages to visit here. You can also bring children to expand their horizons. .
The American Museum in Bath is the largest museum that introduces the United States outside the United States. The theme is American life from the 17th to the 19th century, including interior decoration and gardens, and there are many displays of American crafts.
I finally saw the museum in the wonderful night of the museum~ A super natural museum, suitable for children to learn about nature~ Today’s day trip to the museum was a waste of legs, but it was worth it!