The Roman Baths
The Roman Baths are what gave the town of Bath its name. They were constructed over a hot spring and were probably a sacred site for the pre-Roman natives of Britain. The Roman temple was constructed between 60-70 AD but the current building dates from the 18th century, and play a major part in making Bath a World Heritage Site.
The Baths are linked to the Grand Pump Room, and host regular events including kids' activities, craft sessions and even an escape room. Visitors are free to explore, although entering the water is forbidden.