Remains of Romano-British Bath House and Anglo-Saxon Cemetery, Bellefield Road, Orpington, BR5 2DH.
ODAS’ Michael Meekums talks about the Roman Bathhouse
The Bath House was excavated by Bromley Museum and ODAS members between 1971 and 1975. It appears to have been in use in Roman times from AD 100, was extended around AD 270 and fell out of use around AD 400. Nearby, there are pagan Anglo-Saxon graves dating from AD 450 to AD 550.
How the Bathhouse may have looked – drawing by Christina Clark
The bathhouse is only open to the public on certain days, usually one weekend at the end of July every year. Dates are posted on the main page of this website
Here are some photographs from recent bathhouse open days.
View of Remains
ODAS is always present at open days
Anglo Saxon re-enactors in 2010