Bath Pump Rooms

Bath Pump Rooms were constructed about 2000 years back by the Romans to bathe near the spring. The spring that still rises from 3km below the ground was considered by the Romans as a work of Goddess Sulis Minerva and henceforth is known as 'Acqua Sulis'.

These Roman baths are one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. These baths accommodate about million of litres of water that rises each day at over 46°C temperature that must have offered an ideal hot spa. There are about eleven heated rooms and plunge pools that were accommodated in the entire structure.

Provision of a café and souvenir shop has been made for the convenience of visitors.

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