See how ancient Romans bathed at The Roman Baths. Hot springs have bubbled up in Bath since time immemorial, and the Romans began developing a temple and public bathhouse here around 60 CE. Today, you can tour the various sections of the incredibly well-preserved complex, including the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, and the Roman Bath House. The main area of interest is the open-air, column-lined Great Bath. When you enter the site, make sure to take the audio guide that's included in the ticket price. After touring the different areas, enter the museum to see artifacts collected from the original bath. As tempting as it might be to bathe yourself where ancient Romans once did, the site does not permit you to enter the water. Before you head to Bath, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Bath online road trip planner, to make sure you see all that Bath has to offer, including The Roman Baths.
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The Roman Baths Reviews
Plenty to see and the audio guide helps as you go round Lots to see and very interesting,allow at least an hour or two. There was a guide on the hour but we went round alone Booked on line to save a..... more »
A beautiful experience, difficult to add to the (mostly) positive comments already posted. We visited in March 2020 just as the coronavirus crisis was kicking off so probably benefited from fewer... more »
Well, I had planned my visit via a guided tour (picks you up from London-Victoria Coach station and drops you off during the evening time back near Victoria) that turned out to be unexpectedly and surprisingly sweet. The guide explained everything about the Roman Baths to us throughout the journey in an utterly professional and a comprehensively pleasing way. Now coming on to the city of Bath itself; It's architecture, scenic beauty, countenance, historical & archaeological importance.... are second to none. Roman Baths, as you might have seen in the pictures are nothing but beautifully constructed spas and bathing pools, built around the natural hot water thermal geysers that were used by the great Romans who invaded Britain back in the day. The tickets for visiting the Roman Baths were included in the package, however, there's a £4 entry fee if you'd want to visit the Bath Abbey (you don't wanna miss it, it's only £4, big deal!). But it's certainly worth it. Don't forget to check out the arc-like buildings called as "Circus". That's one picturesque spot. Then there's the beautiful city centre for the ones who prefer shopping their heads out and refilling their tummies. There's loads of brands out there with their outlets and many restaurants, pubs and cafes to devour and gobble up ravenously. All in all, it's a perfect one-day tour/excursion. Mind you, it's crowded and busy during summers (but also much beautiful) and I visited it during the winter period when there were lesser number of people visiting this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hope you find this review helpful
A fantastic preservation of one of the most unique features of Roman Britain. Any history lover, casual or full, will enjoy what is on offer in this museum. You will be given a self guided tour packed with detail, also includes plenty of audio info points for children. You'll see the well preserved remains of a temple as well as the well known bathing section. At the end you will be able to try the warm spring water straight from the tap! Supposedly it's good for you but I'll leave that up to you!
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