This new Georgian dressing room (or “Georgrobe”) in the Museum's Gallery space provides an opportunity for you to fulfil your Bridgerton dreams by dressing up in Regency-style costumes and accessories!
Step into the Georgrobe!
Don a wig, hat or dress and pose against a newly-created bespoke pop-art style mural of the city of Bath – designed by local artists Jason Dorley-Brown and Emma Taylor at Jet Pictures, and printed and installed by Minuteman Bath – to create the perfect reel or TikTok. This quirky, colourful and detailed mural presents a unique vision of Bath in a stylistic blend of “old and new” that reflects the architectural development of the city itself over time.
The sponsor of the mural is Bath’s leading independent letting agent, HomeLets. The artists’ mural cleverly assimilates HomeLets’ branding into the design, along with key local architectural landmarks and organisations such as the Royal Crescent, the Cross Bath and Bath Abbey.
The Georgrobe is included in the purchase of a Museum ticket, and is also open to the public with a suggested voluntary donation.
The Georgrobe is open on the days the main Museum is open, Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm, until 31st December 2023.
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1 Royal Crescent, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2LR
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