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About meThe Museum of Bath Architecture explores the rich architectural history of Bath and it's transformation from a provincial town into a world famous Georgian city. It is one of four museums in the city managed by the Bath Preservation Trust.

About my libraryThe Museum's Library and Archive supports students studying the conservation of historical buildings and, more generally, the history of Architecture. It is also a source of information about best practice for owners of Georgian buildings.

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Homepagehttp://museumofbatharchitecture.org.uk/

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LocationCountess of Huntingdon's Chapel, The Vineyards, Bath

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