Situated at the heart of the World Heritage Site since 1795. One of the most elegant and stylish buildings in the country. Spa water still flows from the fountain overlooking the natural hot spring. The magnificent domed Reception Hall is perhaps the best Victorian interior in Bath. 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.
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