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Situated at the centre of the World Heritage City, the Roman Baths and Pump Room is without doubt one of the most delightful historic buildings in the country.
The Pump Room
Built in 1795 by Thomas Baldwin and John Palmer as the focal point of Georgian society, the Pump Room is still the social heart of the city and spa water still flows from the fountain overlooking the natural hot spring.
The Pump Room operates as a restaurant during the day but is available for private hire in the evening
As darkness falls, the ruins of this vast Roman building are an awesome sight. By the light of flickering torches, your guests can walk on 2000 year old pavements as they drink in the atmosphere over a glass of champagne. This is a magical place for an evening they will never forget.
Twenty feet above Roman level, the Victorians built a viewing terrace on all four sides of their prime discovery, the Great Bath. The northern range of this Terrace is now fully enclosed and is available to hire in the evening. Seated at round tables of ten, eighty people can dine here. Combine dinner with a drinks reception in the Roman Baths or dancing in the Reception Hall for an unforgettable evening.
This room was built in 1895 as a concert room and is now used as the main visitor entrance to the Roman Baths. It is available for private hire from 19.00 and is not available in July and August.
It is a good venue for a disco when having dinner on the terrace, or for extra tables if the Pump Room proves to be too small for your needs.Packages
Bespoke Summer packages available upon request!