|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
It is what it is. Very educational but otherwise nothing to write home about. Food overpriced in the cafe. Suitable mostly for adults
Very interesting place if you want to find out about the history of the USA. Fantastic view from the cafe terrace and free shuttle service from Bath City center.
We had a super visit despite the works and water damage. The cafe was lovely and we were able to sit outside undercover which was good. Pity we couldn't sample the gingerbread from conkeys which I remember from a visit long ago. The coverlet was superb and the WW1 exhibition very interesting.
Great day out for all the family. Lovely gardens to explore with a new walled garden opening soon. Really good cafe and gift shop too. Very interesting museum.
My review is specific to the garden. Very bad value at £7.25 or £8.70 If you are feeling generous. Visit the peto garden at iford manor at £6 which is amazing. Enjoyed tea on the patio at the museum though. Great views.
Lots to see in the main house. I especially loved the display of quilts. WW1 exhibition was interesting too. Cafe very pleasant.
Situated in Claverton on the outskirts of Bath, this occasionally has an exhibition worth travelling to see. If you have no personal transport, there is a shuttle service from Terrace Walk in Bath and you can enjoy the lovely countryside on the way.
Went to see quilts, not as many on display as I remember but still fascinating. Museum displays were good thoughtfully presented to show how folks used to live. Lovely terrace for afternoon tea.
We popped in during the free event during the children's half term. My children liked dressing up in the outfits and having there pictures taken. They liked going around finding the skull candy heads. I noticed that some children had bags from the museum that they seemed to be doing an activity in would have been nice if the staff would have told us about it. But the staff were busy talking to themselves in that part. Shame as the staff in the shop were brill.
Out cycling and "hit the wall" coming up from Claverton (lycra clad on a cyclocross bike, little muddy) rode to the cafe to get some glucose, man manning the lodge gave me an interrogation just to enter the grounds made some pathetic comment about "current security situation" (if thats the case its not very secure). Not very welcoming.
Child friendly and grown up friendly too, both the actual museum and gardens are well worth visiting. Volunteers I spoke to were super friendly. Just a shame that it's quite expensive.
Lovely place, nice staff and good cafe plenty of parking. Very good value for money.
Lovely place. Very Christmassy right now. A lot of stalls at the craft fair this weekend and the house is decorated beautifully. The staff are always so helpful giving lots of information and answering any questions.
The American Museum is a haven of peace from the Bath crowds. It has stunning views from the cafe that serves traditional American dishes and cakes. The museum itself has new exhibits regularly and the volunteers decorate it according to the season. It is also a great place to visit with children as the large gardens give them plenty of room to run around!