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Pump Room (Bath)

The Pump Room is one of the outstanding attractions in the historic and elegant city of Bath.

It is situated in Stall Street, close to Bath Abbey, and is in the same complex as the Roman Baths, for which there is a ticket office here.

The Pump Room was built by Thomas Baldwin in 1790, and replaced an earlier building which overlooked the Baths.

There are sixteen fluted columns, an enormous chandelier, a bust of Beau Nash, two sedan chairs and a ten foot high clock made by Thomas Tompion of London.

Tea and other drinks can be taken today, to the accompaniment of the Pump Room Trio.

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