These passageways can still be seen today, as can the remains of the sewage system and the homes of the wealthy, which had to be demolished to build the baths. The circular imprint of a Roman master builder has even been preserved. Above ground, you can re-enact the typical bathing process which, we must unfortunately admit, no Roman imperial confidant ever performed. Because the large-scale construction project was sadly not finished in its originally planned size.
A must for: Idlers. Subterranean explorers. Engineering enthusiasts. Water rats and wellness fans.
UNESCO World Heritage Site: 100%
Echo: 5% (above ground), 50% (below ground)
Cellar vibe: 50%
daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Advance booking is mandatory.
Please report your visit, stating the number of people, place and time of visit, by email email@example.com or by phone 0651 / 9774-212.
Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
Adults with reduced price*: € 3.00
Children and pupils (6-18 Jahre): € 2.50
Children up to age 6: free entrance
Family ticket 1**: € 4,00, every additional child: € 0.50
Family ticket 2***: € 8,00, every additional child: € 0.50
Groups of 10 or more adults **** (ab 10 Personen): € 3.50
Groups of 10 or more Children / teenagers (up to 18 years )****: € 2.00
* Pupils over 18, students, trainees, persons doing community service, seniors, unemployed, handicapped people – after presentation of the certificate of entitlement.
** One adult, up to four children up to age 18
*** Two adults, up to four children up to age 18
**** Group tickets must be purchased by one person (guide, supervisor).
With the Trier Antiquity Card, you can discover the center of ancient times easily and inexpensively.
Three different versions offer you admission to the Trier Roman monuments as well as additional reductions all around ancient Trier.
The Imperial Baths
Tel. +49 (0) 651 4362-550