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A dramatic reminder of Bath’s Georgian heritage and one of the city’s most photographed historic landmarks, the Royal Crescent is aptly named, with its crescent-shaped row of terraced townhouses and regal architecture. Built between 1767 and 1775 by architect John Wood the Younger, the Royal Crescent features a row of magnificent terraced townhouses, looking out over a vast expanse of manicured lawns.

There are 30 houses along the crescent, each looming 47-foot (14-meters) high, fronted by gigantic Ionic columns and renowned for their beautifully preserved Georgian facades. Many of the houses are still private homes, but No. 1 Royal Crescent is now a museum, offering visitors a glimpse into life in Georgian-era Bath, while No. 16 is home to the luxurious Royal Crescent Hotel.

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Royal Crescent, Bath, England, BA1 2LR
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Bath Food Tasting + Sightseeing Guided Tour

Bath Food Tasting + Sightseeing Guided Tour

Since the 1700s, Bath spa town has been a destination visited by the wealthy to enjoy themselves. Even today, Bath has some of the most amazing delicatessens plus artisan food sellers- whose food or drink we will stop to taste in between the guided tour walk around the city.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Bath City Tour & Fly a Hawk Experience - Day Trip from Bristol
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Bath City Tour & Fly a Hawk Experience - Day Trip from Bristol

Get a great introduction to the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath on this private tour with a local guide who was born and grew up in Bath. In the afternoon visit a small falconry to have the unique experience of flying a hawk in the countryside. Bath is located 14 miles from Bristol, the tour includes private transportation to and from Bristol.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Bath Private Family Tour With Bath University Guide
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Bath Private Family Tour With Bath University Guide

Explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site site during a customised tour where every member of your family will receive one-on-one attention. Learn about a wide array of sites and topics such as the Bath Abby, the Roman Baths and Jane Austin’s connection to the city. Along the way you will see wondrous sights such as the Pulteney Bridge. It is one of only four bridges in the entire world which has shops throughout both sides, and the only one in England! Besides learning about the fascinating history of the Roman Baths you will also see the beautiful Thermae Bath Spa, Britain’s only thermal spa. Admiring this stunning modern addition to this historic city may entice you to a dip in their rooftop pool. While this is sadly not included in the tour you are free to admire the views of the Bath skyline after the tour. As all our private tours, this experience can be tailored to your needs and interests!
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  • 2 hours
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Bath Private Guided Walking Tour

Bath Private Guided Walking Tour

Bath is situated in the isle of Somerset and has the only natural spring in all of Great Britain. Indeed, for centuries, Bath was famous as a hot springs center for the Romans. From the Elizabethian until the Georgian era, Bath was mostly for the rich, which resulted in a unique collection of Georgian architecture (most notably, the Satellite Crescent). In 1987, the city was declared a World Heritage Site. With plenty of places to eat and drink, as well as some of Britain's finest independent shops, Bath is the ideal city break destination.
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  • 2 hours
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