My Family Visits To Roman Baths
The Roman Baths is one of the historical places that you must see if you travel in Europe. So, if you are planning to visit the Roman Baths, I hope this post will helps you to make your travel plan fun and easy!
What is Roman Baths?
The Roman Baths is one of the famous historical tourist attractions in Northern Europe in the city of Bath. You will see a remarkable preserved remains of one of the greatest religious Roman spas of the ancient world.
The Roman Baths was founded upon natural hot springs with the steaming water as a grand bathing and socialising complex.
How To Get To The Roman Baths By Train
Bath is an excellent city to visit by rail. The station is called Bath Spa. There are frequent high-speed connections to London Paddington and there are several train schedules that you can take from the London Paddington Train Station.
This photo was taken in front of the Bath Abbey. Bath Abbey is located just across the Roman Baths
What time are the first and last train from London Paddington to Bath Spa?
The first train from London Paddington to Bath Spa departs at The last train from London Paddington to Bath Spa departs at
How long does it take to travel from London Paddington to Bath Spa by train?
The average journey time between London Paddington and Bath Spa is 1 hour 28 minutes. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays.
Train Cost from London Paddington To Bath Spa
The train cost from London Paddington to Bath Spa is about 14 pounds (this price is subject to change)
You can check the rates and time schedule here and if you want to book your ticket in advance.
This photo was taken inside the Roman Baths Museum
When you reached the Bath Spa Station, Roman Baths is about ten minutes walk from the station.
When you get off from the Bath Spa station, just walk straight from from the station. Pass 3 traffic lights, then when you see a small roundabout, just turn left.
This is the Sacred Spring. This was the spiritual heart of the Roman Baths
Preserved stones inside the Spa area
Steaming hot water flowing
Roman Baths Tickets & Prices:
Roman Bath Ticket:
Student (with valid ID): £13.75
Senior (65+): £13.75
Child (Age 6-16): £9.80
Family(2 adults and up to 4 children): £46.00
Roman Baths ticket reception
Saver Ticket: Roman Baths, Fashion Museum and Victoria Art Gallery
Concession (Seniors/Students): £18.50
Groups of more than twenty people: £13.00 each
Note: Prices stated are subject to change.
Roman Baths Opening Hours:
The opening hours vary throughout the year, and include special late evening entry during mid- June, July and August.
January – February: 09.30 – 17.00
March – 16 June: 09.00 – 17.00
17 June – 31 August: 09.00 – 21.00
September – October: 09.00 – 17.00
November – December: 09.30 – 17.00
The Roman Baths is close on December 25-26.
How Many Hours Needed To Explore The Roman Baths
You can explore the Roman Baths for 1 hour or less. It depends on your pace. We arrived the Roman Baths at around 3pm and we finished it in less than an hour.
What you can do, you can spend half day visiting the Roman Baths and half day visiting the Stonehenge. Stonehenge is also one of the interesting places to see not far from the Roman Baths.
You can check my post about Stonehenge Trip Easy Guide
From Salisbury Station To Bath Spa Station it is about 54 minutes.
The first train from Salisbury to Bath Spa departs at . The last train from Salisbury to Bath Spa departs at .
I hope this post helps you to make your Roman Baths visit a memorable one and with ease.
YOU MAY ALSO WANT TO CHECK OTHER PLACES I VISITED IN UK:
Best Places to Visit in London To Make Your Trip a Memorable One
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Stonehenge Trip Easy Guide
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Enjoy your visit to Roman Baths!
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