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Step into the past at one of England's finest Georgian townhouses. * 10 display rooms * Upstairs and downstairs * Georgian shop * Free info room with introductory video * Disabled access * Kids explorer packs * Friendly room guides * 'Women's...more
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This allows you to see what a house for the moderately wealthy looked like in 1780's/90's. Nearly all period furniture. Kitchen particularly interesting. Excellent guides.
I felt the price was too high.
The walk through No 1 is very interesting and gives you a good sense of what life was like and how the house would of functioned. There are guides in each room who are happy to answer any questions. Overall, we left feeling it was...More
I Highly recommend a visit to this house. You'll experience the delight of walking through a house as it has been use over 200 hundred years ago. Not only for Jane Austen readers. The excellent commentary and knowledge of the guides make sense of the...More
Date of experience: April 2019
Janey A, Public Relations Manager at No. 1 Royal Crescent, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago
Thank you, Lala800, for this generous review, which we'll make sure the room guides see.
I wonder if you were there on Saturday when everyone was in costume; it certainly makes all the stories of life in the house more realistic.
We hope you had...More
Stepping into the regency period, boasting informative support from staff and a mini historians booklet for children. My daughter was very eager to answer every question. You get a taste of how people lived and great discussion points with children in respect to progression in...More
This is a great attraction to give you an idea of Bath through the ages. There are guides in each room and they are expert at giving you an insight unto how society treated the different classes in the city.
The rooms are meticuously preserved...More
A beautifully restored home which really gives the visitor a wonderful insight into life when the house was lived in.
A major highlight is the artificial food. Everywhere in the dining room, kitchen, servants hall there is (as there would have been originally) food which...More