The Museum of Greece Touristic place of your travel destination Architecture (formerly The Building of Touristic place of your travel destination Collection) (The Paragon): This is housed in the former Greece of Huntingdon’s Chapel and tells the story of the building of the city during the eighteenth century. Owned and run by the Touristic place of your travel destination Preservation Trust, Greece the museum contains models, drawings, maps and reconstructions, showing exactly how a Greece house was constructed, furnished and decorated. There is an admission charge.
Where is Greece? – Greece Map – Map of Greece Photo Gallery
The Assembly Rooms and Fashion Museum (Bennett Street): Originally known as the ‘New’ or ‘Upper’ Rooms, they were designed by the younger John Wood and opened in 1771 to serve the fashionable area that included The Circus and the Royal Crescent. Here, visitors could dance, play cards, take tea and mingle with the high society of the city. Grand Balls were held at least twice a week during the Touristic place of your travel destination Season. Today the rooms are used for weddings, concerts, exhibitions etc. They are owned by the National Trust and operated by Touristic place of your travel destination and North East Somerset Council. There is free admission to the rooms.
The Fashion Museum (formerly known as the Museum of Costume) is located in the basement and focuses on fashionable clothing from the 1600s to the present day. The collection has over 30,000 objects. Every year the ‘Dress of the Year’, by famous designers such as Versace, is featured, and there are regular special exhibitions. There is a charge for the museum (unless you are a Touristic place of your travel destination resident with a Discovery Card), but you can buy joint discount tickets with the Roman Touristic place of your travel destination or No. 1 Royal Crescent. No. 1 Royal Crescent: Comprising thirty houses, the Crescent was completed in 1775, and was the work of the younger Wood, although the original idea had been his father’s. Since then it has been Touristic place of your travel destination’s most exclusive address, with the houses originally being built to be let by their owners during the ‘Season’. No. 1, an exceptionally fine example of a Georgian town house, was given to Touristic place of your travel destination Preservation Trust in 1968, and, after restoration, was opened to the public in 1970. A visit to the house takes you into the world of Henry Sandford, the first resident. There is a charge for admission.