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Active The Roman Baths Vouchers & Discount Codes for January 2017

10% Discount on an Adult, Child or Family Ticket

Exclusive 10% Discount on an Adult, Child or Family Ticket In-store

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10% Discount on an Adult, Child or Family Ticket

Exclusive 10% Discount on an Adult, Child or Family Ticket In-store

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About The Roman Baths

One of the most visited heritage sites in the UK, The Roman Baths contains some of the best preserved Roman remains in the world. Visitors can travel back in time, discovering and exploring the luxuries that were a pivotal part of the lifestyle led by the Romans thousands of years ago. A popular tourist attraction with both native Brits and international tourists alike, use your Roman Baths discount vouchers to explore the four main points of interest; the Sacred Spring, Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and the Great Finds.

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In 2011, The Roman Baths underwent a redevelopment costing £5.5 million, bringing the best of modern interpretation to the site and restoring it. The renovation made the site far more accessible for all visitors, and has preserved it for another one hundred years. This development program is ongoing and is expected to last until 2018. At the site, you can see the unique thermal springs in the city of Bath, with the baths still flowing with natural hot water.

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Every day at the Roman Baths, visitors can meet the costumed characters who are in action from 10am-5pm daily and during the evening in the summer months. With Roman soldiers, armourers, Roman ladies, slaves, stonemasons and other characters straight out of Aquae Sulis two thousand years ago. Some of the costumed characters feature on the award-winning children’s audio guide at the Baths, and their stories are based on true ones. 

More About The Roman Baths

One of the best historic attractions in Northern Europe, The Roman Baths is located in Bath, and is one of the most popular tourist sites in the UK. At the heart of the City of Bath World Heritage Site, The Roman Baths is one of the best preserved religious spas of the ancient world. The Baths attract over a million tourists per year from all over the world.

The Roman Baths is located below street level, and includes four great elements for visitors to explore – the Bath House, the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, and Roman Bath finds. When you arrive with your Roman Baths discount, you can take a walk on the terrace, which is decorated with statues from around 1894 and overlooks the Great Bath. 

Many visitors to The Roman Baths are surprised by just how big it actually is. Although the terrace view is the first thing you will see when you arrive, the Baths extend much further, and the view from the terrace is not even a quarter of the full site, which spreads under the ground level and beneath the adjacent streets.

How Do I Use My Roman Baths Discount Voucher?

  • Choose the discount voucher that you’d like to use, and click on ‘Your Deal’ to either receive a code or a printable voucher if one is required to claim the deal. You will be informed at this point if you will need to print the voucher.
  • Print your voucher, write it down, or save it in your smartphone.  
  • If you’re buying tickets on the Roman Baths website, enter your discount code into the ‘promo code’ box. Once applied, your discount will be visible.
  • If you’re purchasing tickets on the day from the box office at The Roman Baths, you should take your vouchercloud discount code along with you and let the cashier know before you book.

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After your visit to the Roman Baths, you’ll probably want to return. Next time, why not check out the range of special offers that they have available, with great prices on deals such as entry to the Baths and a range of museums, or the torch lit visit and dinner package.

FAQs


When Do The Roman Baths Open?

The Roman Baths are open every day of the year except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Opening hours vary throughout the year, with later opening times available from June-August. You can find more details about specific opening hours on their website.

Is Car Parking Free at The Roman Baths?

When visiting The Roman Baths you will need to pay Bath Car Park parking charges if arriving by car. You can find more details about these here.  

Where Is the Nearest Rail Station?

With excellent transport links, it’s easy to visit Bath by rail. If you’re planning to take the train to The Roman Baths, you will need to get off at Bath Spa, a station with frequent high speed connections to other major cities such as London and Manchester. The Roman Baths is located less than ten minutes from the station on foot.

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