Bath Assembly Rooms, Somerset

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The Bath Assembly Rooms are situated right at the heart of the Georgian city of Bath in Somerset. Designed by John Wood the Younger in 1769, the Assembly Rooms have been designated as a grade I listed building and are a popular tourist attraction.

When they were opened in 1771, they became the hub of local Georgian society. People gathered from far and wide to socialise and gossip. Today visitors can view the four main function rooms; the 30m long ballroom, the tea room, the card room and the octagon. Part of the building is given over to the Fashion Museum and some of the rooms can be hired out for functions.

Owned by the National Trust, the Assembly Rooms also have a café on site. Open all year round.

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