No. 1 Royal Crescent

No. 1 Royal Crescent
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No. 1 Royal Crescent is a magnificently restored Georgian town house that creates a wonderfully vital picture of life in Georgian Bath.

Built between 1767 – 1774 to the designs of the architect John Wood the Younger, the Royal Crescent is justly considered one of the finest achievements of 18th century urban architecture and represents the highest point of Palladian architecture in Bath. No. 1 was the first house to be built in the Crescent and originally provided luxury accommodation for the aristocratic visitors who came to take the waters and enjoy the social season.

Nowadays No. 1 provides visitors to the Crescent with an opportunity to look beyond the famous Palladian façade and see what life was like for the wealthy in 18th century Bath. Each room is an exquisite example of Georgian interior design with authentic furniture, paintings, textiles and carpets.

Come and see what life was like - both upstairs and downstairs!

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Heritage site, Museum, Gallery

Opening hours

Tuesday - Sunday (and Bank Holiday Mondays): 10.30am - 5.30pm
Mondays: 12noon - 5.30pm
Last entry 4.30pm

Open from 4 February to 17 December 2017

Admission charges

Adult £10
Child £4
Concessions £7
Group £7
Family £22


  • Museums Association
  • National Art Pass

Collection details

Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Social History

No. 1 Royal Crescent
c/o 1 Royal Crescent




01225 428126

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