Hadrian's Wall Country
Ravenglass Roman Bath House

Ravenglass Roman Bath House

Built in AD130, Ravenglass Roman Bath House was a place where the Romans could relax and socialise in the hot saunas and cold baths. Now in ruins, the Bath House does, however, feature some of the tallest remaining Roman structures in Northern Britain at almost 4 meters in height.

Earthworks of a former Fort at Ravenglass can be seen south-west of the Bath House and it is believed that the Fort was used to guard over an important harbour.