Roman Baths in Bath

Remains of baths built by the Romans in the center of Bath, beside the Pump Room. The museum has displays showing what life was like when the Romans lived there. You walk down through the museum, through the remains of the buildings, to the open-air baths. Well preserved and beautifully presented. There is much more to see in Bath.

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Location: England - Somerset - Bath

Category: Ancient Roman

Tags: Bath

Parking in Bath can be tricky. The Visit Bath website has parking information. I like the Charlotte Street parking lot. It is large and centrally located. To avoid driving in Bath use the Park and Ride at Lansdown north of the town.

Website: The Roman Baths in Bath

Day trip contributed by Pauline Kenny

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