The Roman Baths
Artefacts, ruins, treasures and more…
If you drive to Bath this might be lost on you, but if you come by train you’ll hear the destination described, every time, as Bath Spa. People do sometimes forget.
But of all of Europe’s Roman remains, Bath’s Roman Baths are among the most intact and impressive. More than that, though, where the Baths are you’ll also find ruins, artefacts, treasures, interactive exhibits and information, as well as ways to show you just how it all would have looked when it was built (nearly 2,000 years ago).
No less a body than UNESCO say this:
The Roman remains, especially the Temple of Sulis Minerva and the baths complex (based around the hot springs at the heart of the Roman town of Aquae Sulis, which have remained at the heart of the City’s development ever since) are amongst the most famous and important Roman remains north of the Alps, and marked the beginning of Bath’s history as a spa town.
If you’re looking for a high-quality, independent, family-run hotel in Bath within easy reach of this beautiful, historic site, The Queensberry is a natural and perfect choice.