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Bath Town Guide, Herschel Museum, Uranus, 19K

This museum, located at number 19 New King Street, is located in the house and observatory of 18th century astronomer William Herschel.

In 1781 Herschel made his name by discovering the planet Uranus, the first planet to be discovered for hundreds of years.

This museum tells of Herschel's life, his work as an astronomer, and his other great passion - music.

The Herschel Museum is open daily from 2pm to 5pm between March and October, and from 2pm to 5pm at weekends for the rest of the year. Admission costs around 2.50 for adults.

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