General Admission Prices
Before your visit please see the Museum Charter and Q&A at our coronavirus page.
There is an admission charge to visit the Holburne collections, displays and exhibitions on the first and second floors
The cover charge includes all exhibitions
General Admission Prices for the Holburne Museum are as follows:
Full Price £12.50 (including Donation) £11 (without donation)
Concessions: £7 (including Donation) £5.50 (without donation)
18- 25 year Olds
NSU Card Holders
Free Entry for:
18 and under / Friends and Patrons of the Holburne Museum / Students & Staff of University of Bath and Bath Spa University/ Adults accompanying a disabled visitor/ NHS & Health and Social Care Workers.
We are not taking group bookings at this time.
Book your general Admission tickets here
Friends and Members just need to show their membership card as normal to gain entry
Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years Ticket Information
General Entry tickets include all exhibitions (Including Grayson Perry The Pre-Therapy Years).
The ticket is valid for the whole day and are not timed (you can enter any time during our normal opening hours)
- There are no timed entry tickets /Online tickets valid all day
- You can book in advance online, or you can also just purchase tickets on arrival at the Museum
- Friends and Members just need to show their membership card as normal to gain entry
- Last Admissions to the Museum is 4.30pm
Once you have booked online you will receive a confirmation email. Please show this on your mobile or smart device on entry or print it off at home and show on entry.
We look forward to seeing you.
Please contact Spencer Hancock, Visitor Services Manager
Tel 01225 388560 or email email@example.com
For School Visits
Please contact us 01225 388578 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer lots of free hands on activities in the Museum, including an animal trail, as well as a host of creative workshops that can be booked in advance. See our family What’s On>>
We have a remarkably varied collection of fine and decorative art, mainly dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, and including Sir William Holburne’s notable Old Master paintings, Italian maiolica and bronzes, gems, European and English porcelain and silver from England and the Continent. For more information see The Collection