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Regency Flair at Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein

For a regency flair this festive season, take a journey back into the 1800’s into the extraordinary life of Mary Shelley who wrote Frankenstein when she lived in Bath.
Their award winning multi-sensory museum is open daily where you will be welcomed by period character hosts before you explore our four atmospheric floors with a free* glass of our finest Regency Gin Punch.

To wrap up your incredible day why not treat the family to an unforgettable hands-on experience in Victor’s Lair Escape Room, The Body In A Suitcase Game or enjoy the Frankenstein inspired gift shop with a unique range of bespoke gifts, stocking fillers and their multi-use gift vouchers.
Come along for the day or pop in for that perfect gift.

*free glass of punch with all museum, Escape Room and The Body In A Suitcase Game tickets from the 24th November.

Ends 18 December 2022
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