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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Didn't know what to expect, thought was just a main bath as seen in many of the pictures. But the Roman baths was bigger and had original masonry throughout. Very informative and layout was well-planned. Highly recommended for a visit.

Thank Essex66
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It was a great day visiting as there were not many people exploring at the opening. It costs 16.5 pounds per person and you can comfortably do it in 90 mins. Lots to see and explore.

Thank Mdecker17
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Reviewed yesterday

The Roman baths are really very interesting and the tour is well suited for adults and children alike. The only disappointment is you can't directly touch the hot pool (probably because it may burn you but I'd like to know....)

Thank markchadwick2016
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Reviewed yesterday

My teenage daughter and I had limited time in Bath, but still squeezed this in, and we were thoroughly impressed and entertained. You get a free audio tour which is fascinating, and there is a lot more to see than just the baths - it is much bigger than we expected. You get a real feel for life in Roman times, through clever realistic video walls throughout, and excellent exhibits.

Thank 888Summer2015
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A must go in Bath ! Make sure you show your uni of bath library card to get free entry ! And don’t drink the water there !!!

Thank 169charlottev
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I wasn’t expecting it to be so big, and it’s safe to say I was highly impressed! The audio tour was great, I quite liked that you could take it around and listen to it when you wanted. The audio offered something for adults but also for kids to listen to. The baths themselves were brilliantly impressive, the architecture and engineering behind it all is awe inspiring. I loved how they seemed to superimpose Roman characters going about their lives in the baths over the existing architecture so you could get a better idea about what it would look like. All in all a fab visit, would wholly recommend it.

Thank 38amyj
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Very interesting and informative audio guide (comes with admission) will explain the different areas of the baths as you walk through. The layout of this place is very cool as you are lead through history.

Thank NFACbetty
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Reviewed 2 days ago

It is hard for we Americans to imagine any place dating back to before Christ's birth. These baths are more than 70 years older than that. The beautiful architecture of the building, and the ability to see the baths from ground level as well as elevated, all add to the charm of this place. Do not miss this part of history1

Thank Mary V
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Was worth a visit, quite extraordinary that this was underground for such a long time, was great to have the audio guide to tell you about it.

Thank debbiepotter2015
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Every time I return they have excavated more of the ruins and reinstated without spoiling them. It’s extraordinary to walk under an intact Roman colonnade in England.

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