The Roman Baths is located at the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath. Here, the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex on the site of Britain’s only hot spring, which still flows with natural hot water today.
Walk around the steaming Great Bath where people bathed nearly 2,000 years ago, see the ruins of the temple of Minerva where Roman worshippers gathered, and explore the fascinating museum where you can find out more about those who lived and worked here.
Costumed characters bring to life the stories of past inhabitants: you might meet a Roman lady called Flavia, slave girl Apulia, stonemasons Sulinus and Brucetus, or a travelling merchant named Peregrinus.
Award-winning audioguides in 12 languages are included in the admission price. There is a special audioguide for children, narrated by Michael Rosen, and a “Bryson at the Baths” version featuring commentary from Bill Bryson.
Enjoy coffee with pastries, brunch or afternoon tea accompanied by live music in the beautiful 18th-century Pump Room. Book a table here.
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|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult Single (online) - Adult||from £18.00 to £28.00 per ticket|
|Child (age 0 - 5) - Child||Free|
|Child (age 6 - 18) - Child||from £10.50 to £20.50 per ticket|
|Family (1 adult + up to 4 children) - Family||from £31.00 to £56.00 per ticket|
|Family (2 Adults + up to 4 Children) - Family||from £45.00 to £78.00 per ticket|
|Family (2 adults and 1 child) - Family||from £40.00 to £70.00 per ticket|
|Seniors & FT Students - Concession||from £17.00 to £27.00 per ticket|
Bath and North East Somerset residents: Free on production of valid Discovery Card or ID
Admission Charges include the use of a hand held audioguide. Audioguides are available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Mandarin, Dutch, Korean, Polish and Portuguese. British Sign Language handset available. If you are a hearing aid user, you can benefit from the 'T' switch attachment on the audio guide. We can also provide a printed copy of the audio tour text.
For full pricing details please visit - https://www.romanbaths.co.uk/tickets-prices
Leave the M4 at Junction 18 and take the A46 towards Bath. For a day visit to Bath, we recommend Lansdown Park and Ride, clearly signposted from the A46/A420 junction at Cold Ashton. Or follow the brown traffic signs saying 'Roman Baths' along the A46 and A4 to Bath and then the Roman helmet symbol to Charlotte Street car park.
Five minutes walk from Bath Spa Railway and Bus Station.Five minutes walk from Coach Park in Avon Street.
|2023 (1 Feb 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
|Monday - Wednesday||10:00||- 17:00*|
|Thursday - Saturday||10:00||- 20:00*|
* Note last admission one hour before closing time
Closed Dec 25th and Dec 26th.
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