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The Roman Baths

Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LZ, England
+44 1225 477785
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The Roman Baths is one of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. Hidden beneath the present city of Bath lies the stone remains of one of the finest religious spas of the ancient world.
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LZ, England
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+44 1225 477785
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Reviewed yesterday

Well worth the visit. An amazing insight as to how the Roman's lived in the area. The area is well maintained. The virtual tour available provides you with a great understanding.Take your time. I will take at least 2 hours. If you're a reader and...More

Thank SweetieRocky
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The 4 of us paid 15.5£ each to enter the ancient Roman baths and take a self guided tour with speaker phones. Takes a good 1-2 hours to go thru and absorb the info. Well restored, great displays, re-creations and very educational history of the...More

Thank PHLee7ca
Reviewed yesterday

Extensive and brilliantly presented history beneath our feet. Quite expensive but an exceptional place to visit.

Thank Christopher M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had to wait around 20 mind is a queue in the morning on a week day. In the afternoon there was no queue. The audio guide is really interesting. It tells you about the baths and the people who used them. I often get...More

Thank Weez0001
Reviewed yesterday

So much to see, never ending almost. Next time I will pace myself so just see a little here and there to not run out of steam in this very big exhibit.

Thank Amy M
Reviewed yesterday

Museums can often be "stuffy" and boring...not so with the Roman Baths...using projection video to put Roman life-size characters into the exhibits...and professional guides who immmerse you into life 1600-1800 years ago...you will not be disappointed.

Thank davidglobetrotter
Reviewed yesterday

This is definitely a must see when you're in Bath. The Roman Baths are very pretty but the water it contains is very dirty, I would never want to touch it. Use the free audio handsets for great detail about everything you see, if you...More

Thank oest112755
Reviewed yesterday

Well worth the entry price, as we were amazed at how much there was to see both over and underground. We went later in the afternoon as there are often queues, but once in there are so many interesting aspects of the place to view....More

Thank Dora R
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

15 pounds for the entrance ticket, it's really worth. You can see the history. Well maintained, lots of virtual tour with displays everywhere, acoustic guide with all of the languages. Beautiful place to visit.

Thank Francesco N
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Very extensive, both in the site itself as well as the sprawling glassed exhibits. Also nice to simply sit and envision being a real patron in the ancient times! Sadly one cannot enter the baths, but in the main section you can dip your hand...More

Thank davosseaworth
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Ndana M
1 September 2017|
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Response from HeritageServices | Property representative |
Hello Our postcode is BA1 1LZ. Many thanks
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Maree P
24 June 2017|
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Hi Maree. There may still be a small queue for pre-purchased tickets but it has been a lot shorter than the walk up queue, so we do recommend buying online before your visit. The quieter times to visit are first thing in... More
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hmartfitch
13 May 2017|
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Hello. You can buy tickets online for a particular time slot or you can buy tickets on arrival at the Roman Baths. Tickets are the same price either way. We hope you enjoy your visit!
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