Many people pay a visit to the most famous address in Bath each year: No.1 Royal Crescent. Now a museum, it portrays upper class life in an 18th century town house. This was the first house to be built in the Royal Crescent, featuring a Palladian masterpiece design by the architect John Wood the Younger.
On October 14, No.1 Royal Crescentwill host a special closing ceremony before it goes through a period of refurbishment. The project will see No.1 reunited with its original servants’ wing at No.1a, which is due to be opened in late November. Continue reading