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Visit The Roman Baths and World Heritage Centre car-free
It’s easy to visit The Roman Baths (and adjacent World Heritage Centre) car-free. They are about a 5-minute stroll from Bath Spa train station and Bath bus station.
There are direct trains to Bath Spa train station from: Bristol Temple Meads (about 15 mins), Reading, Salisbury (both 55 mins), Cardiff (65 mins), London, Gloucester and Portsmouth. When you travel by train, a Bath Spa PlusBus ticket offers unlimited travel around the city by bus.
There are frequent buses to Bath from around Bath, Bristol (55 mins) and Wells (100 mins). Some buses stop 1 minute away at Bath Abbey. Others stop under 5 minutes’ walk away, such as at the Grand Parade.
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About The Roman Baths and World Heritage Centre
Walk around the real public baths which were used by the Romans 2000 years ago. Some baths have projections of bathers and costumed character actors to make it feel like you were really there. There are also activity trails and audio guides for entertainment.
The Bath World Heritage Centre is a mini museum about the history of the UNESCO listed city. Their app can help you plan your visit, as well as take part in augmented reality adventures.
For any queries about visiting contact The Roman Baths and World Heritage Centre on 01225477785 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: The Roman Baths, Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LZ. Visit Website