After an unexpected pause, Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution is delighted to welcome the public back through the doors to enjoy its summer exhibition ‘Jurassic Ark’. The exhibition, with free entry, is being held at 16 Queen Square, Bath BA1 2HN, and is open 10am–4pm Monday–Saturday. Bath Royal’s stunning collection of Jurassic fossils dates from 183 million years ago, so having the patience to wait another year for the opening seems almost trivial in comparison! Bath Royal has put in place the Government’s recommendations on hygiene and social distancing so visitors can be sure of having a safe and enjoyable experience, while being gently reminded by the exhibits before them that no matter what happens the world goes merrily on.
Looking for more information on our 160-million-year-old Jurassic crocodile?
Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution recently developed the ‘Bath Discovery Trails App’, in which this extraordinary fossil is featured, thanks to support from the Art Fund. The National Heritage Fund (NHLF), are now helping us to use digital marketing to promote this free the app to new audiences. Download the ‘Bath Discovery Trails App’, then visit us at 16 Queen Square Bath to see a 160-million-year-old Jurassic crocodile as part of Trail 4: ‘The Railway Leviathan’. Free entry, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm