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Roman Bath Ruins

The first bathing facilities were erected by the Romans in the then named town of Aquae Aureliae. One of these baths, the so-called Soldiers’ Bath, is to be found beneath today’s Friedrichsbad. Here, in a uniquely preserved state, visitors can view the bath’s remarkable floor and wall heating systems. A visit to the ruins is a fascinating step back in time when a long forgotten age can be experienced at close quarters.

On touring the baths, which are one of Germany’s oldest and best preserved examples, you will pass by 2m-high Roman walls and experiencemore that 2000 years of history at first hand – it’s as if the ancient Roman bathing culture had suddenly been revived!

Informative guided tours are available to visitors. For those who prefer to tour the ruins on their own, audio guides are available – naturally in several languages. And to complete the picture, detailed computer graphics will enable you to see how the historic bathsactually looked in their days of glory.

Guided tours around the Roman Bath Ruins from April to November. Every 2nd Saturday in the month at 2pm. Duration about 45 min., 4€ p.p.
Sign up by phone on +49 7221 275934.

A visit to the Roman Bath Ruins:

  • Museum and exhibition area
  • Computer and video animation of the original baths
  • Audio guide available in several languages (included in the price)

Opening times

16 Mar - 15 Nov: daily, 11am - 12 noon & 3pm - 4pm
16 Nov - 15 Mar: closed
(Admission for groups on request)

Prices

One adult admission:

2,50 €

One child admission (up to 14 years):

1,- €

Groups (max. 25 people):

30,- €

Tours (max. 25 people): 

30,- €

Further information on +49 (0)7221 275934.

Please note that it is prohibited to take pictures at the Roman Bath Ruins.