Adult admission costs £11.50, which increases to £12.25 in July and August.
Two for one on entry with a train ticket, check the 'visit Bath' website for details as this offer tends to be seasonal Oct-Apr.
Costumed characters are around the Great Bath between 10am-5pm peak season and 1.30pm-4.30pm in winter.
Go after dark in July/August to see the Roman Baths lit up by torches.
The Sacred Spring can be seen for free if you walk into the Pump Room entrance and look out of the window.
Photography for personal use is allowed, but you need permission to use a tripod, so keen snappers should ask in advance.
Allow at least two hours for your visit to make the most of everything.
Honeymooners could opt for the 'spas ancient and modern' package, which is £59pp for two hours in the Thermae Bath Spa, a visit to the Roman Baths and a three course meal in the Pump Room.
Buy a combined Museum Saver Ticket for £15 and you’ll also get entry into the Assembly Rooms/Fashion Museum.
Pick up a free audio guide – ask for a kids' version if you have little ones.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers
- Design and architecture