Two Dragons [of Bath]
2 Sussex Place
Bath BA2 4LA
Tel: 01225 444383
An exciting gallery and studio just five minutes walk from the back of Bath Spa railway station, across the river, in Widcombe Parade.
Kim looks forward to seeing you and thanks you for visiting the site!
Kim was raised near Bath and is primarily a photographer who also paints and draws.
Kim was a police officer in Hong Kong for 22 years. He reurned in 1996, completed a MA in Photography and his current work is about his place in landscape.
Sunday & Monday CLOSED
Tues to Friday 10am to 5pm
Saturday 10am to 2pm
Exhibitions change every month or so. Please visit the pages shown on the menu to your right to see the type of work and the artists that have placed work at the Two Dragons.
The gallery can also be hired by artists or groups of artists - again please go to the relevant page.
Arriving by train/bus - make your way to the front of the Bath Spa railway station and stand with your back to the entrance looking towards the city. Turn to your right and walk down to where the taxis are normally parked, about 30 metres and turn right again into a tunnel taking you back under the station and railway lines. Walk straight ahead following the yellow diagonal lines to a footbridge across the river Avon. After crossing the river use the traffic lights to cross the main road and then turn left towards the parade of shops visible. Go to the far side and Two Dragons is on your left opposite the Aga shop.
Arriving by car - Assuming that you find us using SatNav or an old fashioned map you will find a small pay & display car park just behind us (maximum two hours). We are situated on the ring road between the A36 and the A367 going clockwise. There is a one-way system at Widcombe Parade (also known as Cavendish Place, Sussex Place etc, just to confuse).