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The Royal Crescent
The grandest of Bath's many Georgian crescents, the Royal Crescent was built by John Wood the Younger between 1767 and 1774. It consists of thirty elegant mansions of freestone, uniformly built.
The Royal Crescent also has impressive views over the Royal Victoria Park. The Park includes many things of interest including Lawn Bowls and Tennis Courts, a children's adventure playground, and the Botanical Gardens.
My hometown Cheltenham also has a Royal Crescent designed by the same architect - Charles Harcourt Masters, although they were built during the regency period and are admitedly not quite as grand!
Written Aug 25, 2002
Abbey Green is a historic square near The Roman Baths, The Abbey and the Spa Historic Quarter. Nearby is Sally Lunn's and Bath Bun tea shops and also some interesting independent shops.
Updated Jul 4, 2012
Address: Abbey Green, Bath
Strolling along this delightful canal provides some lovely views of the charming English countryside. Watch the canal boats go past, take in the scenery, and get some exercise, all at once.
Written Jul 9, 2006
This is one of the finest city parks in the West Country. One can stroll through over a mile of footpaths, lined on both sides with beautiful trees, flowers, and ponds.
Written Jul 2, 2006
This horse and carriage seemed very popular. Unfortuneately I didn't have time to climb on board but thought it would be a great way to see the city.
Written Jun 12, 2005
This is a narrated bus tour .A great way to see & learn alot about the Bath.Two of the tour buses to choose from are pictured.
Updated Feb 7, 2005
This castle is well worth a look. It has lots of little shows and events going on during the day and is a fantastic place to spend some hours... I'm glad we went in...
Updated Mar 22, 2003
Take a gander about the town. Admire the architecture. Shop for overpriced antiques. Try to convince your friend that you don't want his butt in all your pictures...
Written Sep 15, 2002
Apsley House Hotel Bath
1 Review and 617 Opinions One of the finest guest houses in Bath. The ideal place to take someone special for a treat... Not...
Queensberry Hotel Bath
1 Review and 554 Opinions Great location and 'good vibrations'. Built in 1771 as a townhouse for the Marquis of Queensberry,...
The Halcyon Bath
1 Review and 556 Opinions We stayed at The Halcyon for 3 days and had the most memorable and wonderful stay. The hotel is a...