No1 Royal Crescent museum has recently undergone a £6 million refurbishment restoring the house to how it was when it was built in 1774. You can explore and discover the history of the first house to be built in Bath’s most famous crescent. Highlights include: the dining room, drawing room, the ladies and gentleman’s bedrooms, the kitchens, scullery and servants hall. No1 Royal Crescent creates a wonderfully vital picture of life in Georgian Bath.
- Tuesday to Saturday: 10.30am to 11.00pm.
- Sunday: lunch orders taken from 12.00 to 2.45
- Monday: 10.30am to 3.00pm.
- Adults – £8.50
- Seniors (65+) – £6.50
- Children (6-16) – £3.50
- Family (2 adults, up to four children) – £17.00
- Students (with student card) and pupils over 16 in full time education (with ID) - £4.00
- Carers of disabled visitors – free
Joint tickets are available with the Building of Bath Museum and you can SAVE 10% on admission with your discount card when you stay at Cranleigh.