- Royal Crescent is typical of Georgian architecture. I particularly enjoyed visiting No 1 (the museum) and would recommend you do the same.
- Sally Lunn’s tearooms and eating house are famous the world over and is housed in one of the oldest houses in Georgian Bath (1680).
- I was disappointed to find out that the most commonly photographed scenes of the Roman Baths, as we have here, is, in fact, Victorian! The actual Roman Baths are below modern street level.
- Pulteney Bridge spans the River Avon and, with its horseshoe shaped weir, is one of the most photographed images of Bath. It was designed by Robert Adam in 1769 and was originally a toll bridge.
Royal Crescent, Bath, England
Sally Lunn’s Tearoom, Bath, England
Roman Baths, Bath, England
Pulteney Bridge, Bath, England
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