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“A treasure hidden in plain sight -- see it before it's too late!”
Construction of this hospital began in 1737, which heralded a new period of faith and scientific belief in the healing properties of Bath's mineral waters.VISIT THE ‘MIN’ MUSEUM OF HISTORYThe Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath...more
Gascoyne House Upper Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1RN, England
The hospital has been sold to a private developer, so it will only be in its current state as an original hospital in operation for well over 200 years! It is full of historical busts and paintings of the Georgian elite of Bath at the...More
This isn't really a tourist destination because it is a working hospital. However, the staircase is worth popping in to look at and the portraits hung up the stairway. Outside it has a plaque explaining the history and benefits of the hospital. Spa waters are...More
We visited the Min museum today. It was open from 2-4 p.m. It is not open everyday so check the website first. It is within the Chapel area of the working hospital. I have been a patient at this hospital in the past, and this...More
The inside is a working hospital and NOT a tourist attraction.
We ate here as out patients and the café is for both patients and staff.
Not disabled friendly, although there is a lift to the basement there is also a flight of about 6...More
Surprisingly interesting little museum in the chapel at this NHS hospital. Worth visiting just to get a sense of the historical importance of mineral water bathing, particularly where joint and skin diseases are concerned.
Now known as the National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, it is...More
Response from Hilary615 | Reviewed this property |
Hi sorry I’m not sure of the closest, if you ring the hospital they will tell you though. You will be ale to drop off your elderly patient at the door. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help. I used taxis when I was there.
I have fibromyalgia like symptoms (my G.P doesn't seem to want to diagnose me with fibromyalgia, but agrees I have the symptoms) and hyper mobility issues. I saw a Doctor here. They told me that there was a relationship... More
I have fibromyalgia like symptoms (my G.P doesn't seem to want to diagnose me with fibromyalgia, but agrees I have the symptoms) and hyper mobility issues. I saw a Doctor here. They told me that there was a relationship between the two two things. I was assessed. Found to be severely Vit D deficient. But they didn't do anything else except advise my G.P to refer me to physiotherapy for an aching shoulder.