Lovely reconstruction. Volunteers in each room so informative. Lots of fun stories and lic2al history.We spent about an 1 1/2 strolling around. Don't miss it.
About No. 1 Royal Crescent
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This museum is unique in that each of the 9 rooms you visit in this stately home has it's own guide all of whom are very knowledgable, friendly and are eager to please.
Fantastically restored and staffed by very knowledgable friendly volunteers. For me this is a must visit attraction in Bath. Fascinating insight into the Architecture, Culture and History of this part of Bath.
Great information given in each room by the volunteers. The man downstairs in the kitchen is really knowledgable and funny. We found the whole house very interesting and had great fun dressing up in the downstairs kitchen/scullery. Men and women costumes to try on. Really...More
A magnifiscent juwel of georgian arquitecture.Take your time to walk arround, visit the house and walk down to center Bath through the Crescent park. Visiting nº 1 of the building you can figure out how wealthy people lived at the time. Volotiers are in every...More
Experts on hand in virtually every room, who will give you detailed guidance and background discussions on the property, it's history and former owners, or if you prefer there are fact sheets to read. Made the visit much more interesting and entertaining than some places...More
A great visit if you are interested in knowing all about the life of the upper class who flocked to fashionable Bath in the late 17th century. The house is furnished with actual artifacts from the period and the volunteer guides in every room have...More
Guides situated in every room helped to explain features of life at the time. The furnishings were all appropriate for the time and I was surprised by the garish carpets. An interesting way to pass half an hour.