Pump Room

Interesting
The present Pump Room, built in 1789-1799 after the death of John Nash, is presided by his statue. The interiors are elegantly furnished with ornamental pilasters, gilded capitals, a coffered ceiling, Chippendale armchairs, a long-case clock by Thomas Tompion and a glass chandelier. The rounded bay overlooking King's Bath contains the fountain where people can still drink the water.

Useful information

Address : 

Stall Street

Opening hours

9.30am-5pm

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