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The Jane Austen Centre is in the heart of the Georgian city of Bath, between the architectural attractions of Queen Square and the Circus, and just a short stroll from Bath Abbey, the Assembly Rooms and the Roman Baths. Come and meet their costumed ‘character’ guides, and enjoy being shown Bath’s fascinating history and its associations with Jane Austen and her family.
Opened in 1900, the Victoria Art Gallery boasts an outstanding collection of paintings, sculptures and decorative arts. The gallery is located in the centre of Bath, near the famous Pulteney Bridge. Entry to the permanent exhibitions is free.
The Curzon cinema has been at the centre of life in Clevedon, North Somerset, since 1912.
East Quay is a brand new arts and culture venue in the harbour town of Watchet, Somerset. It is home to two contemporary art galleries, 11 artist studios, a paper mill, a geology workshop, print studio, restaurant, shop and 5 unique places to stay, all on the quayside in Watchet.
Kobi & Teal was co-founded by designers Nick Fraser and Polly Bell to offer a considered collection of artwork and objects presented alongside their own work. With a mission to bring together a diverse group of small design brands, individual makers, and contemporary artists, Kobi & Teal holds focus on self-production.
The Little Box Room is the working studio and display space of Robert Lee, an artist currently working in Frome, Somerset. The studio is sometimes open to visitors when it may also be shared with other artists.
One of Bath’s great landmark buildings, only ten minutes’ walk from the centre of town, set within grounds – once enjoyed by Jane Austen – now with a stunning modern extension.