Community Timetable

The Museum of Bath Stone is open for Venue Hire from Sunday through to Thursday each week. We additionally welcome Venue Hire Friday and Saturday evenings from 5:30pm.

Sundays

No regular activities. Open for Venue Hire

Mondays

​​10:00 - 10:45am: Archaeology Classes with Dr Emily Hellewell (Pre-schoolers, 3 - 5 year olds)

https://www.timetots.co.uk/

​​11:15 - 12:00pm: Archaeology Classes with Dr Emily Hellewell (2 - 3 year olds)

https://www.timetots.co.uk/

1:00 - 1:45pm: Archaeology Classes with Dr Emily Hellewell (Time Questers, for home-educated children up to 8 years old)

https://www.timetots.co.uk/

Available for hire from 2:30pm.

Tuesdays

Available for hire until 2:45pm.

3:30 - 4:30pm Children’s Poetry Club with Pooja Kumar

Class details

6:00 - 7:00pm Yoga with Angela Roberts

https://www.bathyogamassage.co.uk/

Wednesdays

Available for hire during the day.

7:30 - 8:30pm Yoga with Kirsty Westoby-Brooks

https://directory.yogaallianceprofessionals.org/england/bath/yoga-teacher/kirsty-westoby-brooks

Thursdays

Please note, the museum is available for hire outside of these course dates (23rd May until 5th September 2024).

BRAND NEW for 2024: The Seasons Art Classes
3 hour classes (mornings and afternoons) every Thursday for 14 weeks, specifically designed for beginners, with all art materials supplied and the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends!

First course dates: 15th February - 16th May 2024

Second course dates: 12th September - 12th December 2024.
For more information or to book your place, please email Sophia: sdseasonsartbath@gmail.com

Additional uses of the building:

Watercolour Workshops facilitated by Catherine Beale

Various dates. See: https://catherinebeale.com/

 

We welcome regular and occasional use of the space. To enquire into availability or to arrange a tour of the space and facilities, please email info@museumofbathstone.org with your selected date(s) and time(s) and a brief overview of the activities/event you wish to hold at the Museum of Bath Stone.