Looking for creative inspiration? Look no further than the past...
Take a peek into the lives of Georgian residents at the Royal crescent, 250 years on. No 1 Royal Crescent was the first house to be built in the crescent and has since become a museum, offering you a chance to see what life was like for the families and servants who resided in one of the most recognisable buildings in Bath. Admire the creative designs of the architect John Wood the Younger, whilst the museum offers you unique inspiration through the authentic Georgian interior design. Take home with you a new perspective of the creativity of past designers, and how you can also be inspired by historical interior design.
Explore the outdoors through The Botanical Gardens. Formed in 1887 and stretching across 9 acres, the gardens will show you how creativity can be expressed through nature. The botanical gardens offers features such as a replica of a Roman Temple, a pool, and scented gardens. Seek inspiration from your time in the gardens to get creative in building your own unique garden space at home.
Visit one of the oldest houses in Bath,Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House & Museum. Home of the unique Bath Bun, get inspired by the kitchen museum where Sally Lunn created the first of these regional specialities 300 years ago. With ‘no fixed rules’ on how to eat the bun, you can get creative with your toppings. Many bakers worldwide have attempted to re-create the bun, so why not go home and try it yourself!
Thanks to Abby Robson at Bath Spa University for providing this blog for us!
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