Roman Baths

Interesting
Even prior to the Romans' arrival, Bath was known for its hot springs, pouring out approximately 1 136 500 litres of water per day at a temperature of 46.5°C. Britain's new masters established Aquae Sulis as the country's premier "spa town", constructing baths and a temple. The site, now protected by an elegant Victorian building, allows visitors not only to see the baths but also to learn about the ancient city through exhibited archaeological finds and three-dimensional displays.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Abbey Church Yard

Price:

13.50 £ (children 8.80 £)

Opening hours

Jul-Aug: 9am-9pm; Mar-Jun and Sep-Oct: 9am-5pm; rest of year: 9.30am-4.30pm, last exit 1hr after closing

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