I would highly recommend visiting the Fashion Museum. For me it was the high light of my time in Bath. The exhibition changes regularly . It is well laid out with beautiful examples of item like gloves. Lots of shoes. A good over view of mostly British clothes from c19 to the present day finishing with a dress worn by a Kardashian.There is a really good book selection mixed in with nice in expensive scarves and jewellery.From there we walked about the Assembly Rooms which were lovely. Lot is unexpected fine detailed decoration, fine stone carving,mirrors and chandeliers. There was a tea room at the end of the Assembly Rooms but we did not try it.
The Fashion Museum is also a very atmospheric building. The environment of this museum is also good. It displays a lot of classical costumes, and you can see some interesting things. [Scenery] Natural scenery is also good
The Fashion Museum had little to do with fashion in the 1960s and 1970s. Of course, when fashion really took place in the last 20 years, visited the latest lace exhibition, the audio guide was included in the ticket and was worth nine euros.
The royal costumes and the common people's costumes are very comprehensive and the best place to learn about the evolution of British costumes is well worth a visit.
In fact, there are not many layouts in the building, but the elegant blue walls and crystal lamps can still feel the luxury of the year. The empty hall is like a social dance party with clothes and shadows at any time, and the floor is ready. All right.
In this museum, you can see a lot of classical clothes. These clothes are famous clothes in the past. At the time, they were advanced designs and very beautiful. Even now they look different.