There is no dedicated parking on-site at Bath Masonic Hall. You can download a map here showing all of the City Centre Car Parks. A price guide for these is available here.
The nearest large car park to Bath Masonic Hall is in Southgate (100 metres walk), and live information on the number of currently available spaces at Southgate is available here. Southgate has allocated disabled parking spaces on Level 1, from which street level is accessible by a lift. The lift exiting in Philip Street is the closest to us. There are also on-street disabled parking spaces in New Orchard Street, approximately 50 metres from our entrance.
There are four Park & Ride carparks on the outskirts of the City, details of which are contained in a leaflet that can be downloaded here. Live information on the number of currently available Park & Ride spaces is available here.
Travelling By Public Transport:
From the Bus Station, walk east approximately 50 metres to the Train Station Forecourt, then follow the directions from there.
From the Train Station Forecourt, walk north up Manvers Street approx 150 metres, then turn left into Henry Street, following the blue signs for the Masonic Museum. Approximately 50 metres along Henry Street turn right into Old Orchard Street and the entrance to Bath Masonic Hall is about 25 metres on your right.
From the Sightseeing Bus Stops on Terrace Walk, walk south down Pierrepont Street approx 100 metres, then turn right into Henry Street, following the blue signs for the Masonic Museum. Approximately 50 metres along Henry Street turn right into Old Orchard Street and the entrance to Bath Masonic Hall is about 25 metres on your right.
Level Access is provided throughout the ground floor, including the Lodge Room, with routes and pathways suitable for visitors with limited mobility. There is a lift to the museum and vaults below and to the dining room on the first floor; the lift will accommodate a wheelchair together with occupant plus an accompanying assistant. A ramp is available for wheelchair users if required for negotiating a low step at the front entrance. Areas above the first floor are only accessible by stairs and therefore not accessible for wheelchair users.
A dedicated disabled toilet is provided on the ground floor
A hearing loop is installed in the Lodge Room.
The building is non-smoking throughout.
Current timetable and travel information for trains to and from Bath can be found here.
Current timetable information for public service buses in and around Bath can be found here.