The only outdoor monument to presidential bathing. A major spring can be seen bubbling up through the tub – perfect for selfies! Get Directions.
A unique artifact of Berkeley Springs, George Washington’s bathtub is the monument to George’s visit to the warm mineral springs in March 18, 1748. The early bathers would have scooped out tubs from the silt in order to bath in the springs. The current stone bathtub is made to represent these early conditions. Berkeley Springs celebrate the act of presidential bathing with a celebration during the weekend of March 18th. Music and local history are the main attractions during this time. The bathtub is located near the Berkeley Springs State Park and the Bathhouse.