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Bath's lovely Guildhall is situated on Bridge Street, close to the famous Pulteney Bridge.

Thomas Baldwin, who went on to become Bath's city architect, built it in the 1770s - to much acclaim.

Some parts of the guildhall are not open to the public, however the beautiful Banqueting Hall is open to visitors, unless a private function is taking place there.

This is well worth a visit, for at one time it rivalled even the Assembly Rooms for sheer opulence and splendour. And it is also home to what are said to be the most beautiful chandeliers in the city - a real claim in a town such as Bath!

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