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Billingsgate Roman House & Baths
101 Lower Thames Street

Beneath the curious cobbled pathways of the Square Mile lies a rich Roman history surviving 2,000 years of building, fires and bombings.

Lower Thames Street is home to one of Roman London’s most fascinating remains. The Billingsgate Roman Bathhouse was discovered in 1848, and is now open for public inspection. Explore this fascinating insight into ancient life in the City on a 45-min guided tour and discover the remains of the Roman Bathhouse which lies hidden beneath office buildings.

Tickets

£8 for adult/£6 concessions

For more information and to book online visit the Museum of London website.

Keen to uncover more of Roman London? The City has a wealth of Roman heritage and you can witness them on the self-guided Roads to Rome tour available from the City Information Centre (3MB) and take yourself on a journey through ancient Londinium.

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