The Assembly Rooms make up the single largest banqueting venue in Bath, as well as one of the premier conference facilities in the South West. When completed in 1771, the Assembly Rooms were described as “the most noble and elegant of any in the kingdom”. Guests would gather in the rooms for evening balls, concerts and other social functions – a tradition that still continues today.
Address: Bennett St, Bath BA1 2QH
Nearest Station: Bath Spa – Direct trains from London run every 30 minutes from London Paddington to Bath Spa and take just 90 minutes.
Telephone: 01225 444477
The Ball Room is the largest eighteenth-century room in Bath and has often been described as the finest in the country. The Ball Room is suited to larger events such as weddings, awards dinners, conferences and exhibitions. (Capacity: up to 500)
In the eighteenth century, the Tea Room was used for concerts and refreshments. The elegant simplicity of the room ensures that it is one of our most popular venues, making it a particularly memorable setting for weddings, parties, and dinners. (Capacity: up to 300)
The Great Octagon adjoins the large Ball Room, Tea Room, and Card Room, the latter providing access to a small garden. Today the Great Octagon is most frequently used for drinks receptions and ceremonies or for conference exhibitors, registration and refreshments. (Capacity: up to 250)
Assembly Rooms Cafe
The Assembly Rooms Cafe is adjoined to the Great Octagon and provides an elegant backdrop to enjoy morning coffee or a light lunch before or after a visit to the museum. The café is also open to the general public and local residents. (Entry to the Assembly Rooms and café is free of charge).
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