Situated in the heart of Bath, our venues offer both historical interest and flexibility for conferences, dinners, exhibitions and weddings.
The Bath Assembly Rooms is the city’s premier conference and meeting venue. Situated close to many of the city's hotels and amenities and with a capacity for up to 500 delegates, plus additional space for catering and exhibitors, organisers will find that conferences and meetings are both rewarding and stress-free. With stunning chandeliers in all rooms, the Assembly Rooms also makes a splendid setting for a large conference dinner, perhaps with a pre-dinner reception in the Octagon.
Roman Baths & Pump Room
Built in 1795 as the focal point of Georgian society, the Pump Room is still the social heart of this World Heritage Site. Spa water still flows from the fountain overlooking the natural hot spring.
The Pump Room and the Roman Baths are available for private hire in the evening. The Pump Room can accommodate up to 200 people for a dinner or 300 in theatre style. For up to 80 people it is hard to imagine a more magical setting than the Terrace, overlooking the torch-lit waters of the Roman Baths. With steam rising gently from the water and torches flickering, few venues can surpass the unique ambience of the Roman Baths for a drinks reception.
The magnificent Banqueting Room at the Guildhall is perhaps the finest Georgian interior in Bath. It is a masterpiece of neo-classical decoration with sumptuous plasterwork and gilding, three glorious 18th century chandeliers and a large collection of royal portraits. Up to 360 people can be accommodated in theatre style or up to 200 for a dinner. In addition, there are a number of smaller breakout rooms making the Guildhall an ideal choice for conferences or dinners.
Victoria Art Gallery
This lovely building in the heart of the city houses a fine collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts. The building consists of the grand Upper Gallery and a more contemporary Lower Gallery, with an inviting marble entrance hall and grand staircase. Surround yourself with history and creativity at a wedding ceremony or drinks reception.
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