The first stop for any visitor to Bath is the Roman Baths surrounding the hot springs where the city began and which are still its heart. Here you’ll see one of the country’s finest ancient monuments – the great Roman temple and bathing complex built almost 2000 years ago. Discover the everyday life of the Roman spa and see ancient treasures from the Temple of Sulis Minerva and many other objects recovered from the Sacred Spring where they were thrown as offerings to the goddess. The Grand Pump Room, overlooking the Spring, is the social heart of Bath. The elegant interior of 1795 is something every visitor to Bath should see. You can enjoy a glass of spa water drawn from the fountain, perhaps as an appetiser to a traditional Pump Room tea, morning coffee or lunch. Musical accompaniment is provided by the Pump Room Trio – the longest established resident ensemble in Europe, or by a pianist. The Roman Baths shop sells publications and gifts related to the site. In the evening, the Pump Room is available for banquets, dances and concerts. Nothing could be more magical than a meal on the terrace which overlooks the Great Bath, or a pre-dinner drinks reception by torchlight around the Great Bath itself.
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ENTRANCES TO PUMP ROOM & ROMAN BATHS (IN BATH)
FIT clients (under 20 pax) require the ACTUAL TICKET not a voucher, therefore we will arrange the ticket to be delivered to their London hotel ready for their arrival, or alternatively any other location.
Groups (20+) must be pre-booked.
OPENING TIMES SUMMER:
April – May & September – October 9am – 6pm.
July & August 9am – 10.00pm
November – March 9.30am – 6pm
Last admission 1 hr before closing. Closed 25/26 December.