Victoria Bath’s

I first saw a picture of this building on one of my favourite blogs (old fashioned susie) and I was instantly in love. Recently, I finally got to have a look around myself!

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This building is old and a little rough round the edges. But, thankfully, a group of people are trying to restore and keep this beautiful landmark in good condition for generations to come & I am so thankful!

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If want to learn about this historic landmark, there are tours available, giving you more information about the building & its history. But, if your anything like me, it’s sometimes better to make your own way around a place like this & take it all in.

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The baths is only open to the public on the second Sunday of every month, unless there is an event taking place, so make sure you plan your trip.

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If your a lover of anything, retro, vintage, fifties or Victorian then you have to visit Manchester’s Victoria Baths.

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This amazing building is filled with beautiful stained glass windows, ironwork, original tiles and most importantly character.

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It is the perfect place to spend a day drawing, reading or even an impromptu photoshoot. The Bath’s have lots of different halls, which are opened for different events. Food fairs, Tea Rooms, vintage fairs and even weddings.

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This is a great place to look around and spend an afternoon relaxing. A building like this is supposed to be enjoyed, so if you want to plan your visit or want to know about events they are holding then take a look at their website! Victoria Baths

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