Things to do in
Enjoying royal status following a stay by Prince Frederick during the 18th century, the landmark site in Bath was completed in 1774 and to this day represents among the finest examples of Georgian architecture and design in England.
While several of the 30 terraced houses have been subdivided or now exist as a hotel, there are full time and permanent residents whose quiet enjoyment should be respected by visitors. There is an immaculate green in front of the crescent's homes, while park space onto neighbouring Royal Victoria Park is accessible to the general public. Expect other visitors or even picnic-making, especially during the summer months.
Arranged tours often feature a visit to the Royal Crescent as part of an arranged itinerary. If you're visiting Bath independently, train to Bath Spa or bus to the bus station in Bath will then require an onward journey either on foot or in a taxi to the borders of Royal Victoria Park.
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