The Assembly Rooms, Bath.

The Assembly Rooms in Bath have been at the heart of the city’s social life since the 1700's. It is one of the finest Georgian venues and is still central to Bath’s social life today. The Ball Room is the largest Georgian interior in the city and can accommodate up to 500 people. You can also visit the Ball Room, Tea Room, Card Room and Great Octagon, furnished with paintings by Gainsborough and Hoare. The Assembly Rooms are licensed for wedding ceremonies and civil partnership ceremonies.

This movie shows the north east exterior of the Assembly Rooms, a National Trust building. Rotate the view, you can see Saville Row & Bennett St. There are interesting shops in Saville Row, including a shop selling old vintage and rare guitars. There are also gift shops, antique shops, cafes and restaurants.

The Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street, Bath BA1 2QH

Bath Assembly Rooms
(above) Interior of The Ball Room.

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