Sunday 5 April 2020

Roman Baths

The Roman Baths, Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LZ | (01225) 477785

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The Roman Baths in Bath is one of the finest examples of Roman architecture to still exist and is also one of the most recognisable historic sights in the south west.

Visitors to The Roman Baths can take a trip through time, thanks to a range of interactive exhibits, ancient artefacts and CGI projections, creating an immersive experience suitable for day trips for the whole family.

Start your journey at The Roman Baths’ Victorian reception, where visitors can pick up a free, award-winning audioguide, read by famous names such as Bill Bryson and Michael Rosen.

With a chance to explore the Meet the Romans exhibit; The Beau Street Hoard, a collection of 17,000 Roman coins; The Temple Pediment; as well as changing rooms and saunas.

The Sacred Spring is at the heart of The Roman Baths; there’s also a cold circular plunge pool; and the iconic Great Bath, of course. And don’t forget to taste the spa water!

Plus, book a table at the Pump Room Restaurant, which is one of the most elegant places to eat in Bath, for a special treat – the afternoon tea is sensational.

For more information call (01225) 477785 or visit directly.


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