Let’s face it, The Roman Baths are often the highlight of a stay in a b and b in Bath no matter what the time of year, but there’s an extra special reason to visit the attraction on Monday 14th April. Curious Coins will be bringing history to life for younger visitors to the historic baths, and children will have the rare chance to investigate roman coins, learn all about them and even make themselves a replica to take home as a keepsake.
The Roman Baths may be one of Bath’s most famous historic sites but there’s a whole new experience bringing them to life – visitors can now meet Roman characters as they make their way around the attraction.
Bath’s Georgian period Grand Pump Room and ancient Roman Baths are two of city’s most famous historical attractions and are essential must-see places for any visitor. If you are staying at a local bed and breakfast in Bath and would like experience both of these wonderful buildings in a different kind of way, then how about enjoying Bath’s annual spooky Ball at these venues on October 26?
The annual Spooky Ball takes place from 7pm – 1am and offers participants a chance to a get dressed up in their favourite spooky Halloween costume and immerse themselves in this fun event. Continue reading
Torchlit Tours of the Roman Baths ending soon
Anyone staying in a b and b in Bath this August is still in time to catch a spectacular late night viewing of the Roman Baths, but hurry as it is soon ending. Visitors have the chance to see the magnificent baths look even more spectacular than normal and there is plenty to make a great evening out.
A magical atmosphere is created by the lit torches around the Great Bath, and those looking for a more hands-on experience can get stuck into the Tuesday Times Tables session on 28th August from 6-8pm. Visitors can round of the evening with a delicious Continue reading
The Somerset city of Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage site brimming with famous landmarks and unique features located throughout its cityscape. If you plan to stay in one of the local luxury Bath hotels in the area, you will most likely want to visit the most famous of all of those landmarks, the ancient Roman Baths in the city centre.
This summer there will be a chance for visitors to enjoy this attraction’s well preserved features during the evening. The Roman Baths offer a unique opportunity to experience some 2000-year-old architecture, whilst walking along pavements as night falls and the building is lit by torchlight.
Visitors can explore the ancient Roman Baths by torchlight from July 1 – August 31, with the last admission being at 9pm. General admission is £8.00 – £12.50, with family and season tickets also available. For more information, contact the Roman Baths on: 01225 477785.
So if you plan to enjoy a Bath city break, be sure to book your stay with the Bailbrook Lodge for a luxury Bath bed and breakfast, which is situated within easy reach of all the city’s local attractions.