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No 1 Royal Crescent, Bath, Bath

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History Museum · Specialty Museum
Discover what life was like for the wealthy residents of No 1 Royal Crescent, Bath and their servants in this historic house museum. Walk within one of the greatest examples Georgian architecture to be found anywhere and explore its ten historically furnished rooms. Wander through the luxurious parlor, gentlemen’s retreat, and withdrawing room. See how the house was kept running in the servants’ hall and kitchen. Visit the exhibition gallery and information room to learn more about the residents of No.1 Royal Crescent and how the house was restored. Members of staff are on-hand to answer any questions. To visit No 1 Royal Crescent, Bath on your holiday in Bath, and find out what else Bath has to offer, use our Bath.
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  • Really interesting museum. Friendly staff. Quite small but provides a lot of information about Georgian Bath.  more »
  • We spent a really enjoyable hour and a half looking around this museum. Staff were very helpful and as we looked around the rooms of the house it felt like we had ‘stepped back in time’. The...  more »
  • Here you can see how the Georgians would’ve lived in this stately home and heritage museum. The rooms are decorated as they would’ve been and each room has information notices describing what went on....  more »
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  • Wandering around Bath admiring the beautiful architecture is a great experience but visiting No. 1 brings it all to life. It's fascinating to see the wonderfully restored interior, both the formal "upstairs" and the working "downstairs". A big thank you to the extremely helpful and knowledgeable staff who filled in so much of the background of life during the heyday of Georgian Bath.
  • Hit and miss guides some were brilliant friendly and engaging others not so much. Fascinating recreation of what life would be like both upstairs and downstairs in Georgian Bath. Good treasure hunt suitable for kids and a learning centre located in the basement full of dress up cos6and craft.
  • Very interesting museum where a home has been furnished to match not just a specific time (in the late 1700s) but a specific occupant who lived at this address. Very knowledgeable guides in each room who were happy to talk and give more information.
  • Really lovely place to visit, with the walk around/to it being almost as pretty as inside. A must-visit site in Bath, close to many other places of great beauty and historical interest. The museum is great way to see what it was like to live inside these beautiful buildings in the 1700s. Really charming, highly recommend!
  • Very interesting place. Full of interesting facts with knowledgeable guides. I was lucky to experience the house on a quiet Monday afternoon. Fantastic and definitely worth the price.

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