Bath Heritage Centre
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|This fascinating centre is situated on Julian Road, to the north of The Circus. A little bit off the beaten track, it is still worth a visit.|
The collection is based on the contents of a 19th century soda water factory and brass foundry that was run by the businessman Jonathan Bowler.
Over the years Bowler collected a vast assortment of tools, machines and everyday objects from last century.
These, along various exhibits from elsewhere, make for an interesting delve into everyday life for Bath residents of last century.
Because so much of the collection is made up of Jonathan Bowler's own personal collection, you may hear the centre sometimes referred to as The Bowler Collection.
The Bath Heritage Centre is open daily from 10am to 5pm from Easter until October and from 10am to 5pm Saturdays and Sundays for the rest of the year.
Admission costs around £3 for adults. A cafeteria is available for refreshments.
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