Enjoy a luxury break for two and discover fashion throughout the centuries at the Fashion Museum Bath, before exploring the World Heritage city.
If you're a lover of the flamboyant fashions of the Victorians and the Romantic Era, or interested in the history of design, you can discover a whole world of fashion at the Fashion Museum Bath.
It's one of the world’s top 10 museums of fashion, housing leading collections of both historic and fashionable dress - from sumptuous gowns to spectacular outfits by some of today’s top designers.
Set in the Assembly Rooms, Bath’s most magnificent Georgian building, you'll walk through the rooms and hallways where guests used to dance and listen to music - now housing this outstanding collection of more than 100,000 objects dating from the late 16th century to the present day.
You can go Behind The Scenes Of Historic Fashion until 2nd January to discover the outfits from the era of Jane Austen to the First World War and visit their new exhibition "A History of Fashion in 100 Objects".
This exhibition explores the whole world of fashion from Tudor and Georgian embroidery to more contemporary outfits created by famous designers including the House of Worth, Christian Dior, Alexander McQueen and the museum’s Dress of the Year 2015 designer Craig Green.
Win a luxury break in Bath
You could be staying in the beautiful city of Bath, exploring the sights and discovering the splendour of the city, as we have a Virgin Experience Stay there to be won which includes:
• One night stay for two at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa
• Full use of the spa facilities
• 60 minute spa treatment each
• Two-course lunch at the hotel
• Full English breakfast
We'll also complete your break with two Saver Tickets which will gain you access to the Fashion Museum Bath, Roman Baths & Victoria Art Gallery, £150 to spend on food and drink at the Pump Room or Roman Baths Kitchen and £250 to cover your transport costs.
For your chance to win, answer the question below before 23:59 on Sunday 2nd October 2016.
Images from left to right:
Knitted Outfit 84:
1969 Electric blue crochet shorts and tank top ensemble 15
Cherry red ‘Hypercherries’ head-piece, Piers Atkinson, 2015
Yellow and gold woven silk robe à la française, 1760s