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Roman Baths London 01
3D model (requires WebGl capable browser)
The remains of a Roman bathhouse are preserved under 101 Lower Thames Street and only accessible to the public on certain days through London Open House and the Museum Of London.
It is also known as Billingsgate Roman Bath House, probably built in the late 2nd century and discovered in 1848.
The 3D model on this page shows one wing of the bathhouse closest to the public viewing area. The hot and warm rooms are not shown due to lack of photos in this area.
If access could be granted to these areas to obtain better photos then I would be delighted to produce a more thorough 3D model of the site.
Please contact me if this is of interest.
more info and on the Museum Of London website.