Following on from our articles 5 unique corporate venues in Oxfordshire and 5 amazing and unique corporate venues in London, we’re heading to the west country to bring you our pick of fascinating, historic venues in Bath.
Read time: 3 – 5 minutes
- Find unique venues in Bath, ideal for intimate talks and presentations to dinners and celebrations
- Take advantage of some of Bath’s most iconic venues for your next corporate event
5 unique corporate event venues in Bath
1. Roman Baths & Pump Room:
With stunning Roman and Georgian colonnades wrapped around the 2000-year-old thermal waters, including the Great Bath, this iconic and atmospheric building is a flexible space that can be hired in its entirety or sectioned off for more intimate set-ups.
Flickering torchlight and up-lit architectural features bring the space to life at night for parties and celebrations. During the day, the warm tones of the exterior stonework and ornate interior ceiling plasterwork create a stunning backdrop for conferences, off-site gatherings and presentations.
Capacity: Up to 300
2. Assembly Rooms:
Fans of Jane Austen and Charles Dickens will be very familiar with the Assembly Rooms, one of Bath’s most elegant, iconic venues.
While, Georgian society would have once gathered here to drink, dance and gamble, today, it plays host to a range of contemporary events such as fashion shows, concerts and performances. It is also an inspiring setting for conferences, launch events, award ceremonies and corporate parties.
Capacity: Up to 500
3. The Holburne Museum:
Home to a discerning collection of art and sculptures originally curated by Sir William Holburne (1793-1874) and significantly enhanced in the intervening years, the Holburne Museum is a memorable, striking venue for corporate events.
Surrounded by the splendour of Sydney Gardens and overlooking the famous Great Pulteney Street, the museum’s classical façade is as breathtaking as its galleries and contemporary extension. The venue also boasts a grand terrace – perfect for corporate events, dinner events, charity events, parties and celebrations.
Capacity: Up to 100
This venue is home to one of the most decorative examples of Georgian splendour in the historic city. The large Banqueting Room and Aix-en-Provence Room provide flexible spaces for a variety of events, from company Christmas parties, talks and presentations, networking events and more.
The hanging chandeliers, impressive artwork, and opulent architectural plasterwork, the Guildhall is an atmospheric space that’s conveniently located in the centre of the city, close to the Pulteney Bridge.
Capacity: Up to 360
5. Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution:
There are four conference rooms for hire within the Grade I listed building and each one boasts its own ambience and features. For example, the Elwin Room offers views over Queen Square and is famous for its Casali paintings.
The Lonsdale Room with its plaster-cast Plesiosaur, the Duncan Room looks onto the venue’s courtyard and the Murch Room is perfect for intimate meetings. The venue plays host to lectures, exhibitions and talks.
There is also a library with beautiful collections, such as the Natural History collection, so it creates an intriguing backdrop for corporate functions.
Capacity: Up to 40
Amazing event venues in Bath, or anywhere else…
Whether you are searching for event venues in Bath, or anywhere else, we can help. We can also help you create amazing, successful corporate events that support employee engagement and well-being.
5 unique corporate venues in Oxfordshire
5 amazing and unique corporate venues in London
11 surprising and meaningful employee recognition ideas
5 tips for setting the right tone at your next corporate event
10 top keynote speakers for virtual events
Increase staff engagement with a personalised event
7 great ways to improve employee well-being at internal events
Building team culture in a work-from-anywhere world
People-first culture: 5 ways to spark and measure engagement at employee events