The Royal Cresent
No. 1 Royal Crescent is a museum which has been decorated and furnished just as it might have been during the period 1776-1796. The rooms feature historic furniture, pictures and objects that reveal what life was like for Bath’s fashionable residents – both upstairs and downstairs.
A museum which has been decorated and furnished just as it might have been during the period 1776-1796.
Now a museum, No.1 Royal Crescent is furnished like it was in 1776-96. The museum is a perfect example of Georgian architecture and Bath stone, it also shows the different cultures within Bath in different time periods.
It's a crescent, of stunning Georgian townhouses, made from Bath sandstone, sat above a park and it has "Royal" in the title. Need we say more.
This museum is at the head of Bath's most famous street The Royal Crescent. Famous for it's curved architecture, the museum in steeped in history. The volunteer guides really know their stuff and make the visit one of pure enjoyment.
It is beautiful and represents Bath's lovely architecture and character. It also has a big green space in front where you can have picnics on sunny days and is in the centre of Bath, near tennis courts, golf and a big park.
Iconic architecture with the beautiful Victoria park only moments away
Iconic example of Georgian architecture. Designed by John Wood and built between 1767 and 1774, this crescent of 30 houses is well worth a visit. No 1 Royal Crescent is now an historic house museum. Take a picnic to the park at the front. Michael Bublé concerts in the park on 16 and 17 July…
Step back in time to witness the decadence of Georgian life at this beautiful Museum
Stunning house furnished as it would’ve been at the time the crescent was built. Very authentic.
“These historic Roman baths made the City of Bath what it is today. The hot spring waters filter down from the Mendip Hills where The Lodge is based!”
“Circo Bar Occupy's a stylish designed four-storey Georgian townhouse in the heart of Bath. Circo has one of the most extensive back bars in Bath. A lively cocktail bar, with a stunning array of cocktails on offer and a designated rum bar with over 60 rums as well as a comprehensive champagne wine and spirits lists all served by attentive and knowledgable bar staff. An inviting coffee lounge complete with modern sofa's. Fresh food is also served if you want to grab a bite. Its the perfect venue for the after work mid-week drink, if your travelling to bath and want to dine, or drink and just want to enjoy a typical quintessential Bath Georgian townhouse. or maybe you want to shake a leg to the in-house DJ playing a mix of funk and soul through to disco, house electro beats. This bar is licensed to 3:00 am at the weekends. ”
Grocery or Supermarket
“It's not the cheapest but it is very close. You can buy the newspaper there and drop your dry cleaning off. ”
“Colourful distressed furniture fills this wood-dominated venue specialising in fish and seafood.”