Roman Baths

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    The Roman Baths is the site of the original public bathing house during Roman times, located in central Bath adjacent to Bath Abbey.

    Excavated during the 19th century, the Baths are set below the modern street level. Visitors can walk through not only the well-preserved remains of the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and the Sacred Spring but also an interactive museum and exhibition telling the story of life in Bath in Roman times.

    The Roman Baths are one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bath, receiving over one million visitors a year.

    The Baths are open all year round. There is a gift shop on site and refreshments are available at the Pump Rooms next door.


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