Getting here

Our Opening Hours

We are open daily from 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday and from 11am to 5pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays. We are closed 24 to 26 December and 1 January.

There’s an admission charge to visit the Holburne’s collection, displays and exhibitions on the first and second floor galleries. £12.50/ £7 (includes a donation)

On Foot

We are a ten minute walk from the centre of town along Great Pulteney Street, one of the most beautiful Georgian streets in the country.

By Train

We are a 15 minute stroll from Bath Spa Train Station, through the historical city of Bath and down Great Pulteney Street towards Sydney Gardens.

By Bike

We have bike racks and the cycle along the canal is a wonderful way to reach us.

By Car

We have a very small pay & display car park for Museum visitors and a number of free disabled parking spaces for Blue Badge holders. There is a charge, and the car park is regularly checked by traffic wardens. It is useful to have change ready. Charges apply from 8am to 6pm daily. Our gates are locked at 6pm. Up to 2 hours £3.50, 2 to 3 hours £5, 3 to 4 hours £7, 4 to 6 hours £8.50, 6 to 8 hours £10.50, 8 to 10 hours £12.50.

By Bus

The No.12 to Bathampton can be boarded at Dorchester Street by the Bus Station ( (next to the Railway Station), No 94 to Trowbridge can be taken opposite the Guildhall in the High Street and the D1 to Salisbury can also be boarded from the Bus Station. Get off at the Holburne Museum stop in Great Pulteney Street and cross the road to the Museum which is ahead of you. To return find the No.12 bus stop in Great Pulteney Street, opposite the outgoing one. This bus does not go to the Guildhall on its way back to the Bus Station so get off in North Parade or go all the way to the Bus Station. There is a new World Heritage audio tour of Bath which includes the Holburne Museum – you can download it Bath Tourism’s website