The Holburne Museum’s mission statement is 'Changing Lives through Art', signalling its commitment to opening up the enjoyment of art to people of all ages and from every walk of life. The Holburne was founded in 1882 with the gift of Sir William Holburne’s collection of 16th and 17th century Italian and Dutch paintings, silver, sculpture, furniture, porcelain and diverse objets d’art of national and international significance. That founding gift has been augmented with a collection of 18th century paintings by such artists as Gainsborough, Lawrence, Ramsay, Stubbs and Zoffany. Set within the historic Sydney Pleasure Gardens, the Museum reopened in May 2011 after ambitious renovations and with a new, award-winning extension by Eric Parry Architects. The Holburne has since secured a national reputation as an outstanding museum which holds critically acclaimed exhibitions. Its programme of exhibitions, commissions and events sets out to bring to Bath great art of all periods and from around the world, seeking to set the art of the past in dialogue with contemporary practice in exciting and dynamic new ways.
|Art Fund/ NUS card holders/ 19-25 year olds - Concession||6,44 € pro person, pro tag|
|Full Price - Adult||12,87 € pro person, pro tag|
|Groups (10+) - Ticket||11,70 € pro person, pro tag|
Hinweis: Bei den Preisen handelt es sich lediglich um Richtwerte, die sich täglich ändern können.
From M4 junction 18 take A46 then A4 towards Bath. Once on the A4 turn left at third major set of traffic lights towards the A36, then at the lights at the end of the road turn right on to the A36 towards Bristol. The museum is a short distance on the left.
No 18 bus from Bus Station/City Centre to Great Pulteney Street.
|2021 Opening (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dez 2021)|
|Montag - Samstag||10:00||- 17:00*|
* (Museum is closed 24-26 December 2020 and 1 January 2020)
There’s an admission charge to visit the Holburne’s collection, displays and exhibitions on the first and second floor galleries.
- Full Price £11 (£12.50 includes a £1.50 Gift Aid donation).
- Concessions Art Fund | NUS card holders | 19 to 25 year olds £5.50 (£7 includes a £1.50 Gift Aid donation).
- Groups 10+ £10 (£11.50 includes a £1.50 Gift Aid donation).
- FREE admission from 3 to 5pm every Wednesday afternoon and from 5 to 9pm the last Friday in the month.
- FREE for 18 and under | Friends and Patrons of the Holburne | Staff and Students from the University of Bath and Bath Spa University | Adult accompanying a disabled visitor.
The Shop, Garden and Cafe are free to enter.
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