Exhibition: Building Memory – The architecture of death and burial in Bath
14th April – 25th November 2018
From high Victorian cemeteries through sombre war memorials to a peaceful garden for suffragettes, architecture has the power to commemorate the dead and captivate the living. The celebration of great lives and commemoration of tragic loss has produced some of Bath’s most individual (and often forgotten) structures and spaces. As we mark the centenary of the end of the First World War and the start of Votes for Women this exhibition explores the architectural language of memory in Bath.