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Step into the past at one of England's finest Georgian townhouses. * 10 display rooms * Upstairs and downstairs * Georgian shop * Free info room with introductory video * Disabled access * Kids explorer packs * Friendly room guides * 'Women's...more
We enjoyed our visit to the No. 1 Royal Crescent so much! We had been to Bath before but this "real apartment" wasn't open before and now it is a must see! There are volunteers in each room who can share architectural, lifestyle, art, and...More
As many have said it's a much see on your list, certainly was on mine. Loved the architecture and splender. Bath is a lovely city to visit and this is a perfect picture opportunity that is free to use.
If you are staying in Bath, you need to see the Royal Crescent. We visited the house at 1 Royal Crescent and highly recommend a visit to this wonderfully historic house. The staff was extremely friendly.
Of all the places that we visited on our trip to Bath, I think this was the most interesting. The rooms are well laid out and there is lots of information. The room guides are really knowledgeable, helpful and friendly.
Beautiful buildings just a short stroll from the centre of town. Spend a moment imagining Anne chasing after Capt Wentworth after he left her THAT note (though to be honest if he'd spoken up sooner he would have saved a lot of trouble). There is...More
This is such a familiar sight that not to see it for yourself when in Bath would be a great disservice. Just linger a moment and take in the abmbience of all of those who have admire these structures before you.
This is a fun way to explore what life was like. The room guides make the effort to explain and bring the experience to life. The house has been recreated so it does lack the authenticity of some stately homes but this is more than...More
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It's not that far - but it is mostly uphill - the centre of town is closer to the river and so much on the outskirts of the town is uphill. An easy walk of 15 minutes for me might be 40 minutes for someone less steady on... More
It's not that far - but it is mostly uphill - the centre of town is closer to the river and so much on the outskirts of the town is uphill. An easy walk of 15 minutes for me might be 40 minutes for someone less steady on their pegs or struggling if the weather is hot. Walking distance unless you have a limit of 10-15 minutes. Though it is possible to stop in a few places before. I actually preferred The Circus to The Crescent - but obviously it doesn't have this museum