Welwyn Roman Baths to reopen!

The Welwyn Roman Baths are set to reopen on Saturday 29 May, following the resumption of the Mill and Exhibition tours at Mill Green Museum and Mill on 17 May.

Main room of Welwyn Roman Baths

The plan will see this hidden gem, located under the A1 motorway, re-opening for pre-booked tours at weekends and every day during the Hertfordshire school holidays.

Family tours and guided tours are available. Family tours start at 2pm and are bookable for up to two households, costing £20 per household.

Visitors are invited to step back in time and hear about how Romans lived in Welwyn over 1,800 years ago. Adventurers can explore the Roman Baths with a series of trails provided on entry which are great for families, as they are suitable for a range of ages.

Guided tours start at 3.30pm and are aimed at adults (up to six people can book on, to adhere to the government guidelines for the Rule of Six). Delve into the history of the Welwyn Roman Baths, and look at how the site was discovered by local archaeologists in the 1960s. This tour is £10 per person.

Bernard Sarson, Executive Member, for Leisure and Community Safety, said:

"First the Museum and now the Roman Baths! We're so pleased to be open and welcoming back visitors. We want everyone to feel safe when they visit our venues and our special guided tours are a fun, COVID-secure way to learn about our important local history."

For more information, including prices, visit: www.welwynromanbaths.co.uk