First discovered in 1848, these Roman remains were once an impressive house with a courtyard and underfloor heating. The best-preserved part of the ruins is a bath with hypocausts, which were used for heating the room. The site opens to the public for occasional tours, and as part of Open House London.
|Venue name:||Billingsgate Roman Bath House||Contact:|
101 Lower Thames Street
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