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Address: High St., Bath BA1 5AQ, England
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+44 1225 477782

Considered one of the finest examples of Adam-style interiors in England,...

Considered one of the finest examples of Adam-style interiors in England, this civic building was designed in 1776 by Thomas Baldwin, which today serves as Bath's town hall.

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Fantastic chandeliers.

This building is well worth a look. There is no charge, not a lot to see as it is a working council building with registry offices and other offices. But up the lovely staircase... read more

Reviewed 3 February 2017
Crawley, United Kingdom
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Crawley, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 February 2017

This building is well worth a look. There is no charge, not a lot to see as it is a working council building with registry offices and other offices. But up the lovely staircase there is a Banqueting room with three wonderful chandeliers. Some very nice paintings and ornate ceilings. Worth a visit.

Thank MIKE F
Exmouth, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 9 January 2017

A hidden gem, we were told of it y a stall holder in the market. Really a gem loved the paintings and was impressed at the chandeliers. Very surprised that they did not charged no sign of a charity box would have been harpy to give to a local good cause not to be miss part of Bath's history

Thank jeanndeavid
Bath, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 October 2016

It takes you back to that Royal History of Britain. Every nook and cranny of the room shows the riches and beautiful architecture of Bath.

Thank Anjkaush
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 9 September 2016

We were advised by our walking tour guide to drop in to the Guildhall and ask if we could see the three chandeliers in the banqueting room. We were most welcomed by the reception lady and as it happened on of the staff accompanied us up the stairs and showed us the banquet room and turned on the chandelier lights.... More 

Thank colinb4951
Folkestone, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 September 2016 via mobile

A beautiful building with grand rooms with huge paintings of Georgian kings princes and VIP's of Georgian Bath. Chandeliers hanging from the ceilings a delightful experience walking the halls of the Guildhall of Bath.

Bendigo, Australia
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Reviewed 18 August 2016

We popped in for a few minutes. There was a municipal reception on down stairs so we headed up to the banqueting hall. A very sumptuous space.

Thank Semperpronto
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 7 August 2016

an interesting and historic building which is mainly used for weddings, to one side of the entrance is the guildhall indoor market which again is well worth the visit for its many stalls with so much on offer, and in the centre is the old 18th cent pillar on which transactions took place, it is called "the nail", and hence... More 

Thank brian t
United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 August 2016

A really interesting building. We recently attended a wedding here. Receptionist and staff were very friendly and couldn’t have been more helpful. The room in which the ceremony was held could have been a little lighter, as the photographs will testify. The white staircase in the main reception is an excellent location for post wedding photos. Worth a visit for... More 

Thank Seasonedtravellers82
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 31 July 2016

Similar to the Assembly Rooms, the Guildhall has a large banqueting room with impressive chandeliers. Well worth a quick visit if you are interested in Georgian history. On entering you just need to check with the receptionist whether there are any events running, there is no entry charge.

Thank PebbleL
Bath, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 June 2016

Went to a wedding at the Guildhall and was very impressed. The ceremony was held in what appeared to be an old Court Room- a very elegant room with a large Royal Coat of Arms, elegant polished wood furnishings and moulded plaster etc etc. Drinks were then held in a very elegant upstairs room with lovely views out on to... More 

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