About Victoria Baths
Described as Manchester’s “Water Palace”, Victoria Baths first opened its doors in 1906 but closed in 1993. Since then, its part-restoration has enabled the space to be open to the public as a heritage visitor attraction, events venue and a location for many TV and film productions. The long-term aim is to reopen the building back to its former glory and we’re proud to back the campaign by contributing a percentage of each tile sold from the range back to the Victoria Baths.
James Heese, managing direct of Tile Giant, says: “Our designers spent time on site at Victoria Baths to soak in the very best in this classic British design. When you walk through the doors of the Baths, you are transported to another era of elegance. The Edwardian design and architectural inspiration of this new range will mean that homeowners will feel a sense of stepping into history while maintaining design that translates into modern day living.”
You can learn more about the full story and timeline of the Victoria Baths restoration project by visiting their website, where you can also donate to the cause and raise funds to support the Baths' return to public use. Tile Giant will be donating 12.5% of the purchase price (excluding VAT and delivery) of each pack of tiles to Victoria Baths for their restoration work. Victoria Baths is a registered Charity. Charity Number 1026351.