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5. The Pump Room

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The Pump Room and Tea Rooms

The Pump Room is a striking neo classical salon where hot spring water was drawn for drinking. It was regarded as the social heart of Bath for more than two centuries, frequented by officers and ladies in the Georgian era, and the famous dandy, Beua Brummel.
The Pump Room contains a number of curiosities, including the Tompion clock, given to the city in 1709 by Thomas Tompion, England’s best known clockmaker. 
Admission to the pump room is free, and the Pump Room Restaurant is open daily for morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea.  
The Pump Room Address:   
Roman Baths Pump Room
Stall Street
England, UK

The Pump Room Opening Times:
The Pump Room is open daily for morning coffee from 9.30 am until 12.00, and lunch from 12.00 to 2.30 pm. Afternoon tea is served between 2.30 pm and 5 pm.
Please ring 01225 444477 to make a reservation for lunch or tea Mondays to Fridays or book online here. Please note that a queuing system operates on Saturdays and Sundays.
Alternatively, why not try a Spa Package? This includes a Roman Baths Tour, Lunch in the Pump Room, and a two hour visit to the Thermae Bath Spa.

The Pump Room Tea Rooms Admission:

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