Events at the Roman Baths

Events for all the family
Curious coins

A Beau Street Hoard event: Mon 14 April, 10am-1pm and 2-4pm.Investigate Roman coins and create a coin to take home.


Glorious Rome

A Beau Street Hoard event: Monday 26 May - Friday 30 May, 10am-1pm and 2-4pm. Get to know about Roman Emperors from Roman coins. Make an imperial crown.


No booking is required. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Admission charges apply, but free once on site. Residents of Bath & North East Somerset have free admission with a Discovery Card


Exciting new project! The Beau Street Hoard

This unique hoard was excavated by archaeologists on the site of the new Gainsborough Hotel in Beau Street, Bath in 2007 and is one of the most remarkable archaeological discoveries to have been made in Bath in recent times. The 17,577 silver Roman coins span the period from 32BC – 274AD.

A series of events is planned as part of this project including an exciting range of hands-on coin activities, designed to encourage people’s understanding and interest in archaeology and local heritage. Events include drop-in workshops with coin handling, mobile road shows to locations across Bath and North East Somerset, new educational resources for young visitors, long-term projects with community partners and a range of public talks, presentations and symposia. There is something to interest everyone, from the casual visitor to the coin expert.


Other events at the Roman Baths and in the community

Hands-on Archaeology
Get hands on with archaeology at these afternoon handling sessions at the Roman Baths. Wednesdays 16 April, 21 May & 18 June, 3pm-4pm.


Pixash Archaeology Store

Sat 10 May April 11am-3pm. See mosaic conservation in action in preparation for the move to Keynsham. Explore archaeological finds from Keynsham including the Abbey stonework and objects from the Combe Down Stone Mines.


View the Events calendar here.

Download an Events leaflet for April-June 2014 here.


Bath & North East Somerset Council's Policy for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults can be accessed here.



Discovering Roman pots at the Roman Baths