Featured Bath and North East Somerset Historic Houses To Visit

Bath Assembly Rooms

In Alfred Sreet, Bath, east of the Circus. The Assembly Rooms were designed by John Wood the younger and opened in 1771. A place to dance, play cards and drink tea. The exterior gives no idea of the decoration inside. Ballroom, tearoom, card room. The high society of Georgian England gathered here for balls and occasions as well as concerts. More Details On Bath Assembly Rooms

Number 1 Royal Crescent

In Bath, 0.25 mile northwest of the city centre – A magnificent example of Palladian architecture designed by John Wood the Younger and completed in 1774. No. 1 was the first 30 houses to be built here. Both the exterior and the interior of the house have been accurately restored and the house is now a museum. More Details On Number 1 Royal Crescent

Other Houses and Interesting Buildings in Bath and North East Somerset

Abbey Church House – Bath

Grapes – Bath

North Parade Passage – Bath

Pump Room – Bath

Roman Baths – Bath

Saracens Head – Bath

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