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The baths are ok. Restrictive opening hours as noted before (an hour in the morning, and another hour in the afternoon). You need the audio guide unless you read German. The audio guide has more information than you could ever really want, unless Roman heating...More
I found this really interesting because though I've seen other baths I had not seen the heating systems exposed before. Well worth the half hour visit and very cheap entry fee.
I was disappointed that we couldn't take photos when I saw the very poor...More
The place opens for 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon. I guess it would be interesting if one has not seen anything similar before, but in reality the Romans have been all around Europe and Roman bath ruins can be...More
I thought the Ancient Roman Baths were very interesting. The green water was a bit uninviting though. It's very interesting that they had these baths back then and in the English country side. I would suggest seeing this if your in the area we were...More
If you listen to the whole of the audioguide you will be here about 40 minutes. The lovely lady on the desk explained the visitor route. We found some of the audio guide a bit boring but learnt a lot as well. Shame they don't...More
Go to one of the spas, and then come here and learn how the Romans did it. The architecture and design is fascinating. And the ruins are remarkably well preserved and you are allow up close and personal with them. Get the audio tour (included...More