Bath Records Office Bath & North East Somerset's official record office with archived material dating back over 900 years
Bath Spa University One of the two universities based in Bath with a history department actively researching the city's past.
Holburne Museum Based on a collection made by Sir Thomas William Holburne in the late 18th Century, the Holburne now has a wealth of art and artifacts from the 18th to the 21st Century
Museum of Bath At Work An eclectic mix of artifacts, documents, films and photographs from Bath's industrial past, including an almost entire engineering and soft drinks factory owned by Victorian businessman J. B. Bowler.
Fashion Museum A national collection of fashion over the centuries. Regular exhitions on periods and themes in the world of fashion.
Roman Baths Under the streets and houses of central Bath lie the Roman foundations of the city. Much of the archaeology and history is now on display in this unique setting.
Victoria Art Gallery Opened in 1900 to celebrate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee, the gallery houses 15000 objects of art including a collection of oil paintings from British artists dating from 1700 onwards.
Bath In Time A substantial collection of photographs maps and drawings of Bath and the surrounding area.
Bathampton Local History Society Contact - Gill Huggins - 01225 460047
Widcombe and Lyncombe Local History Society Contacts - Margaret Burrows 01225 480749 Fay Budden 01225 460047
Weston Local History Society Contact - John Wetherill - 01225 423843 -
History of Combe Down Contact -
Twerton & Oldfield Park History Society Contact - David Snook, 26 Burnham Road, Twerton, Bath BA2 3RY, 01275 315 929 -
Bristol & Bath Family History Society Contact - Bath Branch: Sue Harrison, 126 Bloomfield Road, Bath, BA2 2AS
ALHA ALHA is the umbrella group for local history and archaeology societies in Bristol, Bath, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.
Friends of the Survey of Old Bath Contact - Dr Phil Bendall. 74 Holloway, Bath, BA2 4PU. Telephone: 01225 334067
Archive CD Books Archive CD Books exists to make reproductions of old books, documents and maps available on CD and by download to genealogists and historians including a selection of Bath Post Office directories.
Bath Preservation Trust The Trust exists “to preserve for the benefit of the public the historic character and amenities of the City of Bath and its surroundings”.
Museum of Bath Architecture This unique museum explores the rich architectural history of Bath and its transformation from a provincial town into a world famous Georgian city.