The old Roman Bathhouse in Berkeley Springs, also known as the Berkeley Springs State Park Bathhouse, is a historic building located in Berkeley Springs State Park, West Virginia. It was built in 1815 and is one of the oldest structures in the park.
The Bathhouse was designed in the Federal architectural style and was originally built to provide a place for visitors to bathe in the warm mineral waters that flow through the town’s springs. The Bathhouse was modeled after the ancient Roman baths, with separate men’s and women’s sections, and features large, open rooms with marble floors, columns, and arched windows.
Today, the Bathhouse has been renovated and restored, and is used as a museum and cultural center. Visitors can explore the historic building and learn about the history of the springs and the town. The Bathhouse is also home to a modern spa and massage center, where visitors can enjoy the therapeutic benefits of the mineral waters in private baths or hot tubs.
Original and unique! In 1928 this once automobile garage was turned into a movie theater for the town of Berkeley Springs. The Star is the only theater within 40 miles and still serves authentically crafted and freshly popped popcorn (best popcorn in four states!!). On any given day you are welcome to enjoy a film, a cabaret show, live music, or even enter into the Junk Room for smaller private music events with affordable ticket prices. Check often for the most up to date events!
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