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Globe at The Herschel Museum
19 New King Street is a delightful and unique example of a fully restored modest Georgian town-house. It was home to the astronomer and musician William Herschel and his sister Caroline.
Particularly evocative features include Herschel’s workshop, his music room and a charming eighteenth century formal garden where, with a telescope of his own construction, Herschel discovered the planet Uranus in 1781.
Size: - 4 MB
Type: - JPG
Width: - 3739 px
Height: - 5609 px
Dpi: - 300
Credits: - Bath Museums
Copyright : - Bath Museums