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We walked here from Ravenglass Station but it wasn't really worth the trouble. Only a few walls remain and it's difficult to see how significant they were although there are two story boards which provide some explanation. The fort itself has not been excavated so...More
As we were staying in the campsite just up the road, we decided to take a gentle stroll down to the Roman Bathhouse.
It is a lovely little tree lined short walk with paths leading down to the estuary and countryside which we used after...More
Came here on a wet day while camping at Fisherground. I love anything from classical history so was in my element here. Yeah, they are ruins, and yeah there's not a massive amount to see, but on seeing the map of the roman camp and...More
A free English heritage site to visit
You can park in the car park in ravensglass there is a charge for parking then it is a 15 minute walk roughly to get to the Roman bath site
The walk is through tree covered road or...More
These fascinating ruins of a Roman bath house are just a short walk away from the Railway station in Ravenglass. It's incredible to imagine the people who lived during that time and there is a good explanation of the ruins that you see before you....More
The ruins of this bath house stand just over the road from the large un-excavated site of the Roman fort at Ravenglass (Glanaventa). Well worth a look, with walls standing 4m high in places; there is a helpful interpretation board with an artist's impression of...More
Stopped off at the bath house to see what it was about as I was in Ravenglass. Bit of a walk to get there and a few interesting boards explaining the history of the site, but not much else. As mentioned in previous reviews, the...More