Roman Bath Museum Pub





The Roman Bath York

The Roman Baths in St. Sampson's Square is not only a fine pub to enjoy some fine real ales or catch a band, it is also a small museum. The pub used to be called the ‘Mail Coach Inn’ until 1930  when the remains of Roman baths where discovered, mainly of the Caldarium or 'hot room' which dates back to the days when York was known as Eboracum in 71 AD where the 9th legion who founded the city as such.


A well preserved semi-circular bath that has at steps at both ends. Today these can be viewed for a small fee, however it certainly won’t take much of your day up.


The Pub Itself

The Roman Bath is a free house and is partial to a few guest ales as well as its regulars, and a range of wines and spirits. Children are welcome and has a outdoor beer garden just to the side. They also have live music a few nights of the week which are very popular.


The Roman Bath York

9 St Sampson's Square

York, North Yorkshire YO1 8RN

01904 620 455





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