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Museum of East Asian Art

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A museum of East Asian Art is somewhat unexpected in such an archetypal Georgian town as Bath.

However it is definitely worth a visit - and not just as an antidote to the huge amount of Georgiana on display elsewhere. It is situated on Bennett Place, just off the eastern side of The Circus.

The collection was put together by the Bath born lawyer Brian McElney, who lived and worked in Hong Kong for many years. Exhibits range from jewellery, to ceramics and clothing and date from 5000 BC right up to the present day.

The museum is open daily but opening hours vary depending on day and season, so check in advance. Admission costs around £3 for adults.

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