This is The Crescent, built between 1767 and 1774 and still one of the most exclusive addresses in the City.
There are many streets of Georgian houses like this.
The Circus, a completely round street, with four exit roads, built between 1754 and 1768.
After a wet and dull walk around Bath we went to the costume museum, and here are just a few of the costumes they have - the reflection of the glass shows on them I'm afraid.
This is the earliest dress they have, from the early 1600s.
Can you imagine trying to manoeuvre around in this!
A private sedan chair.
A public sedan chair.
An original Bath chair, originally design for invalids to use around the narrow streets of Bath as they went to 'take the waters'. They were still used, being pushed by an attendant, right up into the twentieth century.