The guides in each room have detailed knowledge and fascinating facts that don't make it into novels! Very nice display. Thank you.
About No. 1 Royal Crescent
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Some beautiful architecture - get a picnic basket and sit outside in the gardens in front of the Crescent for some fantastic views.
I visited the townhouse at No. 1. There is an entrance fee that is paid on the right side of the house. There are several levels of rooms that show what it was like to live and work at the home after it was built....More
This museum gives a true taste of what Georgian Bath was like for the moneyed class and for the working class: a true upstairs v downstairs experience. Staff in each room are helpful and knowledgeable and the explanations and descriptions of each room are illuminating....More
The walk to get to the crescent, the lawn, and the surrounding gardens are all very nice and worth the short jaunt from the baths.
A visit here is a must when visiting Bath. It shows you how the wealthy lived in the late 18thcentury lived here. Pay particular attention to the details inside the house and the beautiful examples of furniture, portraiture and accessories. The room guides were knowledgeable...More