About Bearsden Bath House
The Bearsden Bath House was a second century Roman bath complex which would have served one of the forts of The Antonine Wall. Today, the remains of the Bearsden Bath House – located innocuously in the middle of a modern housing estate – represent some of the best of this Roman military structure.
The Antonine Wall was itself a defensive wall built almost two decades after Hadrian’s Wall and representing some of the further incursions made by the Romans in the UK.
Hadrian’s Wall is a magnificent remnant of Roman Britain and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Antonine Wall was a Roman defensive wall, the remains of which can now be seen in Scotland.
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