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Celebrate American quilting in Bath.

quilt - Celebrate American quilting in Bath. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £11 (adult) Time: 2-3 hours
Quilting - constructing quilts from squares of fabric, often with individually designed patterns - is an American tradition that dates back almost to the time of the Founding Fathers. Find out more by seeing a wide range of historic quilts - and seeing a quilting group in action during their weekly Tuesday sessions - at the American Museum in Claverton Manor near Bath, open from noon.
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MIDSOMER NORTON
BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET
51.28567, -2.48591


Sunrise: 06:50
Sunset: 16:57
Weather: light rain, 16°C max, 14°C min


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