The Roman Baths and Pump Rooms is Grade I Listed and an ancient monument. The complex has national and international significance as a monument, and still acts as a major economic and symbolic engine in the modern Bath, attracting in excess of one million visitors annually.

The study approached the challenge of access holistically. Proposals include a number of innovative ideas to improve access, while at the same time enhancing the experience of visiting and understanding the monument and museum exhibits.

We undertook the first phase of works, improvements to the environment and access in the Temple Precinct, in 2007.

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