About the Classics at the Crescent


The event on Sunday 18th May, 2014 has been cancelled.

Set in the very centre of the beautiful World Heritage city of Bath in front of the magnificent backdrop of the Royal Crescent, this new event taking place on Sunday 18th May 2014 will feature Club and Concours displays of some of the very best classic cars on the road today. In addition to the cars there will be a specialist shopping village for the classic motoring enthusiast, a food and drink court offering mouth-watering examples of the best local fare, a motoring fine art gallery, plus jazz and folk music to recreate the elegance and ambience of times gone by. This new event will be free for spectators. It will offer as open a welcome as the City of Bath does itself. And for those who would like to bring partners who perhaps do not share quite the same all embracing love of classic machinery, the shopping, dining and cultural attractions of Bath itself are just a few moments away!

- Bath Tourism      


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To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.

Classics at the Crescent Contact Details

  • Organisation: Bath Tourism
  • Address: Royal Crescent, Bath, Somerset
  • Postcode: BA1 2LS
  • Phone: 01225 442 244

Classics at the Crescent

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