The Bath Medical Museum is open to the public from 12:00 to 16:00, from May 25th through June 2nd, inclusive.

Weekly Wellbeing sessions open to the public every Tuesday, from 2 pm to 4 pm.

In collaboration with the University of Bath, a spring series of short talks about various aspects of medical research takes place on Tuesdays at 2 pm. Programme details can be found here.

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WHAT'S ON

February – June, 2024 Research Roadshow by Bath Medical Museum & The University of Bath: In collaboration with the University of Bath, a spring series of short talks about various aspects of medical research takes place on Tuesdays at 2 pm, from February to June 2024. Seats are very limited. Read the full programme and make a reservation now!

BATH MEDICAL MUSEUM

Welcome to Bath Medical Museum. Our mission is to preserve and promote the history and importance of medicine in the city of Bath. Our collections include records dating back to the 1740s, as well as artefacts and photographs relating to rheumatology, medicine and pharmacy.

THIS MONTH'S MYSTERY OBJECT

What is this object, formerly used by doctors particularly those specialising in disorders of the Ear, Nose and Throat? Explore our medical museum’s curated collection of interesting items – Cabinet of Curiosities.

Ward

THE VIRTUAL MIN

Explore the Royal Mineral Water Hospital. Tour the 2019 hospital, learn about the Hoare family, and see how rooms may have looked in the 1740s.

Hetling area

THE HETLING ROOM

Bath Medical Museum has a new exhibition space at the Old Hetling Pump Room in Bath. Find out more about this exciting development.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

We need more volunteers to welcome visitors to our engaging displays and activities. There are opportunities to get involved in researching topics and arranging displays at our small, centrally located venue.

If you would like to explore your interest in volunteering, please email us. We will then make contact with you to invite you to meet one of us.

By supporting us you are helping us to continue our mission of preserving and sharing the continual heritage of medicine, health and wellbeing of our community. There are many ways you can help, find out more here.

©Anna Barclay for Bath and North East Somerset Council