Assembly Rooms

Assembly Rooms, Bennett Street,
Bath BA1 2QH

General Helpline: 01225 477173

A group of musicians performing in front of a packed room in the Assembly Rooms

Elegant public rooms at the heart of fashionable 18th-century Bath life

The Assembly Rooms were at the heart of fashionable Georgian society, the perfect venue for entertainment. When completed in 1771, they were described as ‘the most noble and elegant of any in the kingdom’.

General Facilities

Extensive gift shop

Pay and display car park at Charlotte Street in the City Centre

Renowned fashion bookshop

Suitable for school groups

Assistance dogs only

Baby-changing facilities

Baby carriers available

Pushchairs admitted to ground floor

Mobility parking nearby for blue badge holders only in Bennett St. Nearest car park in Charlotte St (not National Trust).

Drop-off point

Building – level entrance. Two wheelchairs, booking essential. Ground floor accessible. Stairs to other floors, lift available

Grounds – Small formal garden used as a café in the summer

Adapted toilet

By Bike
NCN4, ¼ mile
Cycle route information

By Bus
from Bath Spa train station and surrounding areas

By Train
Bath Spa ¾ mile

By Road
North of Milsom Street, east of the Circus

Parking: pay and display car parks (not National Trust), nearest Charlotte Street. Virtually no on-street parking, park and ride recommended