Roman bath ruins

Tracing the past.

Roman bath ruins

As if the ancient Roman bathing culture has been brought back to life.

Roman bath ruins

Fantastically preserved and Germany’s oldest Roman bath ruins.

Roman Bath Ruins

A visit to the Roman Bath Ruins

Immerse yourself in the world of a bygone era. Walking through a fantastically well-preserved ancient Roman bathing complex – one of the oldest in the area –, past towering Roman walls, you will experience more than 2.000 years of history first-hand as Roman bathing culture springs to life before your very eyes.

For those who prefer personal guided tours, multilingual audioguides (available in German, English and French) are included in the price of admission. In addition a video animation authentically recreates what the baths would have looked like in Roman times.

Please note that photography is not permitted in the Roman Bath Ruins.

Opening hours

From 16 March to 15 November you can visit the Roman Bath Ruins daily from 11.00 am to 12.00 am and 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm.

The Roman Bath Ruins can also be visited on request outside the opening hours.

Further information on +49 (0) 7221 / 27 59-34.


Adults with visitors pass
4,50 €
5,00 €
Child (from 7 up to and including 14 years)
2,00 €
Groups (up to 25 people)
35,00 €
Guided tour incl. admission per person*
7,50 €
Guided tour (up to 25 people / without admission) Duration approx. 45 minutes. Must be booked in advance at
35,00 €

* Guided tours once a month, on the 2nd Saturday (April to November) at 2.00 pm. Duration approx. 45 minutes. Advance reservation by phone at +49 (0) 7221 / 27 59-34