Text Size

What's On

EVENTS

Wednesday 1st April 2015

7:30pm

Professor Lewis Leslie - Retired Professor of Transport Science and inventor of low impact rail products.
 
Visitors £4  Members/Students £2
Read more
Tuesday 7 April 2015 ● 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2
Read more

Wednesday 8th April 2015

7 for 7:30pm

Dr Kate Tunstall - Worcester College, University of Oxford

Visitors £4  Members/Students £2

Read more

10-18 April, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Paintings by Rosalind Robinson. Poems by Roger Zair

Read more

Saturday 11th April 2015

2:15pm

John Dixon

Visitors £5 / Members £2.50 / Students £1

Read more
Monday 13 April 2015 ● 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2
Read more
Tuesday 14 April 2015 ● 7 for 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2
Read more

Upcoming events

01 April 2015 Bath Trams Clearing the Air

Wednesday 1st April 2015

7:30pm

Professor Lewis Leslie - Retired Professor of Transport Science and inventor of low impact rail products.
 
Visitors £4  Members/Students £2

More info >
07 April 2015 IS TECHNOLOGY UNDERMINING THE VALUE OF SPORT?
Tuesday 7 April 2015 ● 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2

More info >
08 April 2015 Denis Diderot and the Encylopédie

Wednesday 8th April 2015

7 for 7:30pm

Dr Kate Tunstall - Worcester College, University of Oxford

Visitors £4  Members/Students £2


More info >
10 April 2015 Unpredictable Explorations

10-18 April, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Paintings by Rosalind Robinson. Poems by Roger Zair


More info >
11 April 2015 L’histoire des chemins de fer en France

Saturday 11th April 2015

2:15pm

John Dixon

Visitors £5 / Members £2.50 / Students £1


More info >
13 April 2015 The Story of Tea Growing in Darjeeling
Monday 13 April 2015 ● 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2

More info >
14 April 2015 The Enlightenment goes Global The Voyages of Captain Cook
Tuesday 14 April 2015 ● 7 for 7.30 pm
VISITORS £4 ● MEMBERS /STUDENTS £2

More info >
18 April 2015 Manchester: Down these Mean Streets

Saturday 18th April 2015

2:30pm

Dr Ann Brooks

Visitors £4  Members/Students £2


More info >
18 April 2015 Manchester: Down these Mean Streets

Saturday 18th April 2015

2:30pm

Dr Ann Brooks

Visitors £4  Members/Students £2


More info >
20 April 2015 The Ancient Science of Mind, Matter and Meditation

Monday 20th April 2015

7pm - 9:30pm

Dr ALV Kumar - award-winning scientist, Yogi and meditation teacher

£9 suggested donation


More info >

Did you know...

Shakespeare ...

In our coins and medallions collection, the earliest medallion is from 1796.This shows a portrait bust of Shakespeare with inscription "JUBILEE AT STRATFORD IN HONOUR AND TO THE MEMORY OF SHAKESPEARE SEPT 1769 D.G. STEWARD"

Curatorial Curiosities

Mammoth Milk Molar

This milk tooth from a Wooley Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) was found in Wookey Hole, Somerset. The mamoth, like its close relatives the extant elephants, had four molars. As the front pair wore down and droped out in pieces, the back pair shifted forward, with two new molars emerging in the back of the mouth. Elephants replace their teeth six times.