The Victoria Art Gallery is one of the city’s most varied attractions. You’ll find a wide range of art on display that stretches from the 15th century all the way to present day, and there are regular events held throughout the year. Take a couple of hours to immerse yourself in this fascinating gallery during a break in a Bath bed and breakfast, and there are even regular sessions aimed at children to bring the exhibitions to life for younger visitors.
Found on Bridge Street, the gallery will be showing the David Inshaw painting ‘The Badminton Game’ until the end of 2013 and as the exhibitions are changed regularly there’s always something different to appreciate no matter how many times you visit. The talks and tours available make the Victoria Art Gallery one of Bath’s friendliest and most informative attractions and they include tours of specific exhibitions, themed talks and occasional tours of the art stores. Check the gallery website before your visit to see what’s on.
There are three themed talks planned for January 2014, so make sure you time your visit for the right days if you’d like to experience one of them. The January 2014 exhibition ‘Bath and the Great Western Railway’ will run for two months.