People tend to check in during these times:
Nice historical place. Much bigger than it seems from the outside.
Belas ruínas das termas romanas. Museu bem organizado e com muitos itens interessantes. Em particular moedas e a cabeça da deusa Minerva. Ao final, não deixe de provar da água.
Don't forget the guide machine and take your time
Romalıların hamamı,Mimarısi güzel, 20£ eder mi bilmiyorum ama Bath ı Bath yapan bu hamam. Bi de harita var Roma imparatorluğuna ait, rusyadan Suudi Arabistan'a heryer romalıların.
Fantastic piece of history in the middle of the city centre, make sure you pick up the free audio guide handset
The Dyson hand dryers are top notch
Don't forget to try some of the waters yourself at the end of the tour! You'll never forget it! 😉
Such a beautiful and calm city. I can see why people traveled here to feel restored. Don't be afraid to taste the water (it's warm) from the dispenser at the end. It tastes fine :)
Very enjoyable tour, the free audio guides were useful
Fascinating place to visit for ancient technology and architecture.
It is not just a museum. If you did not visited here, you can't tell you have been to Bath.
Museum was super high quality and the audio tour was really good. Ignore the "Bryson" tour: just some random guy his opinion on stuff "the lady in this statue doesn't look friendly" that sort of thing
The Roman Baths are one of the most interesting sites in Britain and that's saying something! The audio guide is so so.
Great museum, Audio guide for free
Number one attraction in Bath. Roman baths were created 2000 years ago. Still have natural springs and few bath...only open for viewing and not public use. One can even drink spring water for free
Magnificent !! Love it <3
Great by torchlight
Fascinating insight into early society under the Romans
I wish I could dive in the water, incredibly warm. Very good exhibition and lots of good photo ops. Go along to the free informative tour if you can catch it.
a atracao numero 1.Maravilhosa arquitetura!!!!
Don't miss this place and be sure to use the self-guided tour for some great info!
the best experience I ever had in the UK is visiting this amazing place 📷😍
Definitely do the audio tour. The exhibit is incredibly well organised and educational. Absolutely beautiful
Make sure and go up the stairs after the tour. You can taste the water. (Btw--- it's terrible.) But something to experience:)
Make sure and check out the skeleton. That exhibit is incredible!
Buying tickets ahead of time is smart. Or be there when they first open. Otherwise you might not get in.
For a quick visit follow the children's or Bryson audio tours. Bryson has an interesting accent!
Great museum and a have to go in Bath
The twilight tour is well it.
Drink the warm bath water at the end of the audio tour! You will be cured!
To taste the water. Go to the King's Fountain INSIDE the fancy restaurant. It is very awkward to get a sample as it is additionally roped off and unattended. Ask the (brusque) staff for a glass.
Go to the thermae spa in the morning before the masses arrive.
Definitely recommend the audio tour which provide the historical background on the artifacts! You can follow along with the corresponding numbers at each site.Free WiFi with no login (lower level)
Get there early to avoid the crowds
Full of tourists but definitely worth seeing
Must to go! Very good one to visit
Must to go! Very goooood placeee
Amazing to see the Roman Baths that were buried and forgotten for 1200 years.
Go on a weekday at opening hours no lines and you can enjoy the baths without all the pushy photo taken tourists . It takes a good 2-3 hours to see everything.
Great and beautiful place! A must see! If you are in London a day trip to Bath is a great option. The city is very cozy and italian. If you can stay for a night or two, it's perfection!
The architecture is amazing, be sure to wait a long time in the queue thou.
Visit before 11am. Too crowded later
kupa sutru, zadny pivo
Make sure that you do a tour which leaves from the Grand Bath every hour on the hour. Well worth it!
Don't forget to taste the hot water... Taste like iron