Plans considered to unearth Roman baths in Exeter

The Dean of Exeter Cathedral in England is consulting with English Heritage about possible plans to make the Roman baths under Cathedral Green more accessible to the public. The baths were first discovered in 1971.

“We know it would be really exciting for the city, for the cathedral and the whole region if we were able to do this,” said the Very Reverend Dr Jonathan Draper, Dean of the cathedral. Experts have described the area as one of the “finest archaeological sites” in the country.