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Roman Baths and Pump Room

£1050 - £4500 for Venue Hire
Up to 200
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The Roman Baths and Pump Room is a truly unique wedding venue steeped in history and romance!
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Our lowest price package is £78 and includes: Prosecco reception (glass plus top up) with a selection of cocktail bites 3 Course Set Wed...
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This package is based on a minimum of 40 guests, the venue can accommodate up to 160 guests. Included in the package: 1. Ceremony in t...
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Features & Capacity


Venue Type
Dining Capacity
Reception Capacity
Usual Access Time
07:00 PM
Usual Finish Time
01:00 AM


City View
Exclusive Use
Grade I/II Listed Building
Water View

Ceremony & Reception

Dancefloor Available
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Alcohol Licence
Corkage Charge for Own Alcohol
In-house Catering
In-House Wine List
Full Description
Situated at the heart of the World Heritage site, the Roman Baths and Pump Room was voted Best Historic Wedding Venue in the 2017 UK Wedding Awards and has won gold for the last two years running for best venue in the Bristol, Bath & Somerset Tourism Awards. It is without doubt one of the most distinctive and unique buildings in the country. Not only is there nothing like it in the world, it also provides a fantastic opportunity to be married in the open air but remain under cover, safe from the unpredictable British weather. What could be more romantic than exchanging your vows next to the torchlit, steaming waters of the Great Bath in one of our Sunrise or Sunset ceremonies? The Great Bath is continuously filled with hot flowing water which rises up bubbling from deep underground, warmed by the heat of the earth’s core. Surrounding this bath is 2000 year old paving, where couples can exchange their vows amid the flickering torchlight and rising steam. Beyond the classical statues on the Terrace above, Bath Abbey will be illuminated whilst guests can gather and enjoy a stunning and atmospheric wedding. The grand Pump Room, built in the 1790s was the focal point of Georgian society and Jane Austen observed people and fashions from within the building. This elegant room is a perfect location to continue celebrations, with a seated wedding breakfast and dancing. There is a choice of rooms, and the venue can cater for intimate groups as well as much larger wedding parties for up to 200 guests.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Debs Coutts
Thank you for getting in touch with the team at Bath's Historic Venues. The Roman Baths and Pump Room is an incredible venue and we'd love to show you around. If you would like to book an appointment to view the venue or if you have any further questions, we'd be delighted to help.


Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
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Paul and Isabella
Married in March 2019
April 2019
It was all in a word, perfect!
We feel lucky that venues like the Bath Assembly Rooms and the Roman Baths are available to hire for events like this, as did our guests. In fact, we’ve lost count of th...
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Paul and Isabella
Married in March 2019
April 2019
It was all in a word perfect!
We feel lucky that venues like the Bath Assembly Rooms and the Roman Baths are available to hire for events like this, as did our guests. In fact, we’ve lost count of th...
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Hayley and Theo
Married in January 2019
April 2019
Everything was perfect!
Everything about holding our wedding here was perfect! Christine was exceptional in the organisation and planning of the wedding - and then on the day Maisie was just won...
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Mr and Mrs Macaulay
Married in January 2019
January 2019
A massive thank you
We just wanted to drop you a message to say a massive THANK YOU for all that you did for us up to and on our wedding day! Your team made everything run so smoothly we cou...
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Wedding: October 2016
October 2016
We are a couple from China...
We are a couple from China, we used to be students of Bath University therefore coming back for our wedding means a lot to us. Roman Bath and Pump room is a world famous ...
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Wedding: October 2016
September 2016
Standing next to a 2000 year old bath under torchlight...
Standing next to a 2000 year old bath under torchlight with the steam rising cannot be surpassed by any other venue. The professionalism of from the staff from concept to...
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Roman Baths Wedding Open Evening

26th February 2020
Join us at the Roman Baths and find out more about this iconic and unique wedding venue. To reserve your space, please email
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Location & Contact Details


Stall St, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1LZ, England

Nearest Town


Nearest Motorway & Junction

M4, Junction 18

Nearest Train Station

Bath Spa

Nearest Airport


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Press & Awards

Industry Awards (3)

Roman Baths & Pump Room, Best Historic Wedding Venue, UK Wedding Awards 201 7017
Bristol, Bath & Somerset Tourism Awards 2018, Gold - Venue Award
Bristol, Bath & Somerset Tourism Awards 2019, Gold - Venue Award

Where’s the best photo spot at your venue?

This has to be at the thermal water's edge of the Roman Baths with Bath Abbey lit up in the background

Have you had any celebrity guest or wedding at your venue?

Nicholas Cage, Maisie Williams from Game of Thrones, Royal Ballet dancer Leanne Cope

What is your venue's most unique feature?

The hot water continually bubbling up at 46 degrees in the original Roman Baths - this is rainwater from thousands of years ago that has filtered through the Mendip Hills and has been heated by the earth's core.