The precision with which this avenue was built, as part of the grander scheme of Bath, is truly remarkabke.
About No. 1 Royal Crescent
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This was a great example of a Georgian house, beautifully fitted out, and for £10 entry (£7 students) you could easily spend 1-2hours looking around. There are interesting info leaflets in each room and very helpful volunteers all over the place keen to share their...More
Well worth visiting this Georgian house in the famous Royal Crescent. House has been tastefully restored to give visitors a good idea of what living in Bath in historic times would have meant.
A nice walk thru of this period home. Docents in each area painted a picture of life in these homes. Since most of the Royal Crescent properties have been converted to apartment, hotel etc. it's nice to see how they lived in the period.
The Royal Crescent is an iconic landmark in a beautiful setting. No. 1 gives you a chance to enter one of these beautiful buildings and see what's inside. Well you'll see what's inside in the 18th century. The home is beautifully furnished as it would...More
Great experience if you are interested in how people lived in Georgian times. There are several rooms to see and lots of personal touches - not just antique furniture and paintings, but a table laid out for dinner complete with intricate sugar sculptures; personal belongings...More
Loved the history of this place it's a must to see stunning buildings and great history about it. Nice place to sit and relax and take in the views.
I recommend anyone who visits Beth take the time to walk around this area. Words cannot describe how beautiful it is. One can only wonder how this was constructed years ago. The homes are absolutely beautiful and the engineering that went in to construct in...More