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Our address is: Radstock Museum, Waterloo Road, Radstock, BA3 3EP
The Museum is very close to National Cycle Route 24, the Collier’s Way : Bath to Frome via Radstock.
From Bath it is approx. 11.5 miles (18.6km) to Radstock:
Access to the cycle path is at Bath Spa railway station (Route 4). From Bath the route soon enters the celebrated Two Tunnels (Route 244), and then continues to follow the line of the former Somerset and Dorset railway line through magnificent scenery. Cycle Route 24 then follows quiet country lanes to Shoscombe where, nearby, it regains the old track bed of the S&D and so into Radstock. It is then just a short diversion from Route 24 to arrive at Radstock Museum in Waterloo Road: there are cycle racks directly opposite the Museum entrance.
From Frome it is approx. 10 miles (16km) to Radstock:
Access to the Colliers Way (Route 24) is at Frome railway station. From this direction the Collier’s Way also uses both quiet country lanes and the track bed of the former Bristol and North Somerset Railway; a branch of the Great Western. The line runs into Radstock from the south east.
Admission Prices for the Museum are linked. Your ticket is valid for unlimited return visits in the twelve month period.
Opening Times. Our tea shop is open for refreshments.
The Museum is conveniently located in the centre of Radstock town; close by is the Old Pit Wheel and a beautifully planted civic garden.
There are two public car parks in the town:
Waterloo Road car park; Postcode BA3 5FW (for sat-nav purposes)
The Street car park; Postcode BA3 3QQ (for sat-nav purposes)
Follow this LINK to a map which includes these car parks (scroll around a bit to see them all).
Regular services run from Bath, Bristol, Wells, Frome and Shepton Mallet. There is a bus stop approximately 5 minutes walk from the Museum.
The nearest stations are located in Bath and Frome and then by bus.
The museum has full disabled access including a lift to the upper galleries. There is some designated disabled parking outside the Museum.
To view our full Access Policy statement please download the following document.
No dogs are allowed into the Museum apart from Assistance Dogs.
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