Soak up history at The Roman Baths
The Roman Baths, situated in the centre of Bath, Somerset, is one of the most fascinating and finely preserved historical sites in Northern Europe. The remains of one of the most impressive religious spas of the ancient world, Bath’s thermal springs have risen into the centre of the ruins since it was first built and the original baths are still full of natural warm water. Surrounded by amazing architecture and artefacts, the baths make an intriguing day out for history buffs and novices alike.
Visit Beautiful Bath
A unique and beautiful destination, Bath has a vibrant city centre full of things to see and do and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, the old meshes seamlessly with the new, with dozens of intriguing historical sites interwoven with stylish and modern restaurants, shops and bars. Whether you’re planning a romantic weekend getaway, a fun family break, or an exciting historical experience, Bath will have exactly what you need.
Spectate history’s catwalk at the Bath Fashion Museum
An absolute must for any fashionista in the area, The Bath Fashion Museum is one of the most renown clothing museums in the UK. Here, you’ll be able to check out everything from Georgian ball gowns to the most progressive avant-garde pieces from the world’s leading designers, following a story of international fashion spanning over 400 years.
Planning a trip to The Roman Baths? Travelodge Bath Waterside Hotel is a pleasant 10-minute walk away, as is Travelodge Bath George Street Hotel.