Bath is one of the most historically important cities in the UK. It is predominantly known for the Roman baths, however this does not scratch the surface of what Bath has to offer. Find all of the most important sites and venues with EAC.
Bath became the centre of fashionable life in England during the 18th century when its Old Orchard Street Theatre and architectural developments such as Lansdown Crescent, the Royal Crescent,The Circus, and Pulteney Bridge were built. This has continued into the 21st century and modern Bath is alive with festivals, street entertainers, music and theatre.
There are many Roman archaeological sites throughout the central area of the city. The baths themselves are about 6 metres (20 ft) below the present city street level. Around the hot springs, Roman foundations, pillar bases, and baths can still be seen, however all the stonework above the level of the baths is from more recent periods.