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Billingsgate Roman House and Baths Guided Tours: Saturdays

Beneath the streets and cobbled pathways of the City of London lies a wealth of Roman history, surviving 2000 years of building, fire and bombings.

Lower Thames Street is home to one of Roman London's most fascinating remains. Enter an apparently unremarkable office building, meet your City of London Guide and descend underneath the streets to explore the site of the Billingsgate Roman Bathhouse.

It was discovered in 1848, but actually dates to the late second century and is now open to visitors for a limited period. Come and explore this extraordinary glimpse into ancient City life on this guided tour lasting just under an hour.

Please note  Due to the nature of this site, there are very limited places and tickets (£10, concessions £8 - plus booking fee) must be booked in advance via Eventbrite  Please be aware that the only access to the site is via a staircase.

Every Saturday at 11:00, 12:00 or 13:00hrs, from 2 April 2022

To find out more about the Billingsgate Bath House, Read the article written by one of our City of London Guides.

Photos: courtesy of Niki Gorick

We offer daily, weekly and monthly walks around the City of London 

Our daily walks run from the City Information Centre, just south of St Paul's. You need to book via Eventbrite to secure you place

Note: the cut-off time for booking our daily walks is 21:00hrs the night before. If we don't have any bookings then the walk will not take place 

Private tours

If you'd like to organise your own walk, lecture or a virtual tour, then please use our Find a Guide section. If you're a member of an Arts Society or a U3A group we'd love to take you on a tour of the City. And if you're a company based in the City who'd like to organise a social event for your work colleagues, why not book an evening walk with us? 

If you've been on a walk recently we'd love to hear from you. Why not leave a review on our TripAdvisor page?

Note: We try to make our walks as inclusive and accessible as possible