The Bass Museum

Museum of the history of Bass, Brewing and Beer, opened in 1977 to celebrate the bi-centenary of Bass. Features include a working 'N' gauge model of Burton upon Trent date 1921, a reconstructed Edwardian Bar, exciting interactive exhibitions, Family fun Trail, "The story of Brewing", historical fleet of horse drawn and motorised vehicles. Oldest working micro brewery in Britain, producing ales from traditional recipes and served in bars at the Museum. Also home of the famouse Bass shires. Fully liocensed bars, restaurant and souvenir shop. Opening times etc.

There is always something brewing at the Bass Museum, whether it be a family day out, a conference or that special wedding day. There is a taste of history with a flavour of fun!

 

The museum provides an award winning educational service. It is licensed to perform wedding cermonies. It has facilities for wedding ceremonies, conferences and special events.

By Road: From North Junction 28 M1 - A38 - A511. Ample on-site free car and coach park.
By Public Transport: From Birmingham New Street or Derby Station to Burton upon Trent. / 112 bus from Birmingham

All year 10.00 am - 5.00 pm every day except 25/26 Dec and 1 Jan.

Partial access. Ramps. Car parking. Toilets

Adult £4.00 Child £2.00 Senior Citizen £2.50

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