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Summer Evenings and Late Dining at the Roman Baths and Pump Room

The Roman Baths and Pump Room are open late this summer, offering visitors a chance to see the famous Great Bath illuminated by torchlight, and enjoy late evening dining in the Pump Room (last table booking 8.30pm) until 31 August 2019.

The historic site takes on a magical atmosphere as the daylight fades, the flaming torches are lit around the Roman Baths, and dinner is served. Visitors can walk around the ancient Great Bath, see the ruins of the Temple of Sulis Minerva and explore the fascinating museum, before adjoining upstairs to experience Searcys’ deliciously fresh summer menus, accompanied by our resident pianist.

For those who want to soak up the special atmosphere with a glass of fizz in hand, Searcys’ pop-up bar beside the Great Bath will be serving Prosecco and soft drinks every evening from 6pm to 9.15pm.

Admission to the Roman Baths is free for Bath and North East Somerset residents with a Discovery Card.

Don’t miss the unique opportunity to experience late evening dining, available until August 31 only. Last orders will be taken at 8.30pm – click here to book a table online or call 01225 444477.

Alternatively, The Roman Baths Kitchen offers a more informal setting with alfresco dining. Book a table online or call 01225 477877.

To make the most of your evening, take a look at the great, money-saving packages on offer…

Carpe Noctem package

Includes admission to the Roman Baths and a glass of Prosecco from Searcys’ pop-up bar. The package offers a saving of 10% off the walk-up ticket price and £1 off a glass of Prosecco. £23.00 (weekday) / £24.80 (weekend). Book at

From Romans to Georgians

Enjoy a visit to the Roman Baths followed by a delicious evening meal in the Georgian splendour of the Pump Room restaurant. Includes a chilled glass of Champagne around the magical torchlit Great Bath followed by an indulgent three-course dinner and coffee accompanied by our resident pianist. £56.00 (excluding wine). Book at (July and August only.)

Spas Ancient and Modern

Combine a visit to the Roman Baths – including a three-course lunch or champagne afternoon tea at the Pump Room restaurant – with an evening at Thermae Bath Spa. Spa treatments can be booked as an optional extra. Lunch £86.00 / champagne tea £90.00. Book at

Torchlit Visit and Dinner at the Roman Baths Kitchen

Visit the Roman Baths and enjoy a three-course evening meal at the Roman Baths Kitchen. £49.00 (excluding wine). Book at


The Pump Room Bath

The Pump Room Restaurant

Housed in the historic Roman Baths, The Pump Room Restaurant is an iconic Bath venue that spans centuries.

The Roman Baths , Abbey Church Yard , Bath , Somerset, BA1 1LZ

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths

The Roman Baths, at the heart of the City of Bath World Heritage Site, consists of the remarkably preserved remains of one of the greatest religious spas of the ancient world. It attracted around 1 million visitors last year, making it one of the most visited ancient monuments in the UK.

Stall Street, Bath , Somerset, BA1 1LZ

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