Our Museum admission ticket gives visitors access to the Museum, shops and cafe.
The Gardens are not open during our Christmas season. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
You will be asked to pay the Gift Aid admission and complete a Gift Aid declaration unless you request to pay the standard admission
|With Gift Aid||Without Gift Aid|
|Over 60s & Students||£6.50||£5.50|
|Family ticket *||£21.50||£18.50|
|* Family ticket includes 2 adults and up to 5 children|
Visitors with disabilities are able to bring a carer or essential companion free of charge. Find out about accessibility here.
Groups must book in advance.
Members of the Museums Association, South West Federation of Museums and Art Galleries, and the American Museum in Britain have free admission on production of a valid membership card. The offer for B&NES Discovery card holders, Telegraph Newspaper Subscribers Club & Art Fund members is two-for-one entry. For those walking the National Trust Skyline Walk, a free hot drink and cookie can be redeemed at our cafe within an admission ticket.
The American Museum in Britain is a registered charity and therefore offers a choice of two entry tickets under the Gift Aid scheme. The Gift Aid admission includes a voluntary donation. Gift Aid admissions enable the American Museum in Britain to reclaim tax you have paid to the government. This can significantly help the charity further its conservation, restoration and educational work. (For every £1.00 given to the Museum, an extra 25p is given by the Inland Revenue.)
Our next event
Christmas Craft Fair 2017
Our Christmas Craft Fair returns with a diverse range of work on offer.