World’s first Mary Shelley Frankenstein attraction to open in Bath

PUBLISHED: 12:17 02 December 2020 | UPDATED: 12:22 02 December 2020

A world first visitor attraction opening in Bath this Easter - the first horror experience dedicated to author Mary Shelley and her most infamous�creation, Frankenstein

A world first visitor attraction opening in Bath this Easter - the first horror experience dedicated to author Mary Shelley and her most infamous�creation, Frankenstein

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The House of Frankenstein is set to open in the city at Easter next year

The first horror experience dedicated to author Mary Shelley and her most infamous creation, Frankenstein, is coming to Bath in 2021. 

Mary Shelley wrote the majority of this timeless classic whilst living in lodgings situated in Abbey Churchyard, Bath, in 1816, where the iconic Pump Room is now located.

Unearth the extraordinary author Mary Shelley’s darkest past, as you explore her tragic and complex life and experience the story of Frankenstein, as relevant today as it was 200 years ago.  Enter Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein and tread warily through the many themed rooms, corridors and dark passageways. Venture into the bleak, dank rooms of the basement, if you dare, but keep alert, to avoid an encounter with the world’s favourite monster.

Scarily atmospheric, multi-sensory and fully immersive, Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein will deliver an unnervingly fun, entertaining and unique experience.

For more great things happening in Bath in 2021 see the February edition of Somerset Life.

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