The Grand Pump Room was designed by Thomas Baldwin but completed by architect John Palmer in 1799. Inside is an enormous 85 by 46 foot hall with a 34 foot ceiling. It was created to impress while entertaining locals and visitors in luxury and style. This neoclassical, north colonnade features four Corinthian capitals beneath a pediment with a Roman laurel wreath relief. Now serving as a restaurant, the Grade I listed building is located in the Abbey Church Yard adjacent to the Roman Baths. This ancient spa was discovered while constructing the Pump Room.