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  • 1 The Circus Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The Circus GB - Bath

    Connected to Royal Crescent by Brock Street (built by John Wood the Younger in 1767), the Circus was one of Wood the Elder's first projects although not built until 1754. It consists of a circle of identical houses, pierced by three equidistant acces..

  • 2 Museum of Costume Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    st. Bennett GB - Bath BA1 2QH

    Situated in the Assembly Rooms basement, the museum presents a wide variety of styles, fabrics and patterns used in every sort of garment and accessory, from the Stuart period to the present day. Note in particular the museum's oldest attire, the Sil..

  • 3 Royal Crescent Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 Royal Crescent GB - Bath BA1 2LR

    This famous symbol of classical architecture, incurved in the form of an arc, is lined with a terrace of 30 houses with monumental façades, the lines counterbalanced by 114 giant Ionic columns, from the first floor to the balustrade. This symbol of B..

  • 4 American Museum in Britain Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Claverton Manor GB - Bathampton BA2 7BD

    Claverton Manor is a neo-classical stately home that now houses this museum. In a series of rooms, with furniture from the late 17C to the mid-19C, two centuries of lifestyle are shown. Apart from the specific galleries, the large estate contains a t..

  • 5 Roman Baths Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Abbey Church Yard GB - Bath BA1 1LZ

    The Great Bath, a large warm pool now open to the sky, and two other baths at a lower temperature form the original Roman bath complex. Later, a frigidarium was built on the west side and two warmer chambers (the tepidarium and caldarium). The easter..

  • 6 Abbey Interesting

    Religious buildings

    12 Kingston Buildings GB - Bath BA1 1LT

    The abbey, built on the ruins of an 8C church, was begun in 1499 by Bishop Oliver King. From the pillars of the Norman church arose the pure late Perpendicular abbey. At the Dissolution of the Monasteries (1539), the abbey fell into disrepair but was..

  • 7 Pump Room Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Abbey Churchyard GB - Bath BA1 1LZ

    The present Pump Room, built in 1789-1799 after the death of John Nash, is presided by his statue. The interiors are elegantly furnished with ornamental pilasters, gilded capitals, a coffered ceiling, Chippendale armchairs, a long-case clock by Thoma..

  • 8 Assembly Rooms Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Bennett GB - Bath BA1 2QH

    These elegant rooms were built in 1769-1771 for the evening assemblies where people used to dance, play cards and drink tea. The decoration of the pale green-blue ballroom is concentrated towards the upper part of the room, at window level, and five ..

  • 9 Pulteney Bridge Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Argyle Street GB - Bath BA2 4AT

    The bridge, built in 1769-1774 and designed by Robert Adam, has small shops on either side, domed pavilions and a central Venetian window.

  • 10 Gay Street

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Gay GB - Bath BA1

    Gay Street links the Circus to Queen Square. It is the work of the two Woods (father and son). They built it between 1734 and 1760. Queen Square is the first real work of urban construction by Wood the Elder.

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