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Sally Lunn's Museum

4 North Parade Passage, Bath BA1 1NX, England
+44 1225 461634
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The most delicious fresh buns!

This place offers a unique experience, you're seated very quickly and there's a large range of... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
London, United Kingdom
Not what I would call a museum

After our quick snack we visited the "museum". It is very small and not really a museum but a 3D... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Johannesburg, South Africa
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The home of the "Sally Lunn Bun" is the oldest house in Bath, which features a kitchen museum reflecting Roman, Saxon and medieval heritage.
  • Excellent45%
  • Very good33%
  • Average17%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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4 North Parade Passage, Bath BA1 1NX, England
+44 1225 461634
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This place offers a unique experience, you're seated very quickly and there's a large range of sweet and savoury buns to eat fresh. I'd highly recommend the bun with jam/clotted cream or cinnamon butter, and take one home from the shop!

Thank thari525
Reviewed 4 days ago

After our quick snack we visited the "museum". It is very small and not really a museum but a 3D still life of a lady baking at an old oven.

Thank JonathanSuch2013
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The dedicated Museum is small, is a kitchen which believe to be Sally's, where she made and baked the bun, which now famous with her name. Nothing else, But you also come to see the oldest building in Bath, which you can enjoy by have...More

1  Thank Athina H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Comes free if you use the tea rooms above, and is a small but interesting display to visit before you buy the obligatory Bath Buns and head out into the street.

Thank Viatori-lasso
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a nice look into the past and a good way to enjoy the amazing buns with the right context why the buns have become so famous.

1  Thank Tim C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The food was wonderful, we had the special and really enjoyed their "specialty" bread. However, the service was slow and we ended up missing a tour that we had hoped to join.

Thank tlive
BathBunnMan, Owner at Sally Lunn's Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Sorry. Jonathan, Owner

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great way to give perspective to when the Streets of Bath were lower than they are today. You can buy Sally Lunn Buns to Take Away, and the Lady serving was Very knowledgeable about Sally Lunn and her Shop.

Thank Billiedoux
Reviewed 20 June 2017

Nothing particularly special but good to kill an hour if you visit the restaurant too. The Bath bus sold here are expensive but tasty.

Thank samorobinson
Reviewed 19 June 2017

I'd barely call this a museum, really, as it's just a small room with a scene depicting what the old bakery was like beneath the restaurant, but it's worth a peek if you're already there for a bunn. Plus, they've got fresh bunns to take...More

Thank EmBentley
Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

A very small museum, but a worthwhile stop. The buns are good, and we took some for a picnic at a nearby park.

Thank thenorthcascades1234
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