Gallo-Roman Baths

Remarkably well-preserved Gallo-Roman Baths, discovered in 1987  conservés.

  • Thermes gallo-romains d’Entrammes

    Thermes gallo-romains d’Entrammes

    © Photo : J.B. Deguara

  • Thermes gallo-romains d’Entrammes

    Thermes gallo-romains d’Entrammes

    © Photo : J.B. Deguara

The commune of Entrammes is situated between 3 rivers: the Mayenne, the Jouanne and the Ouette, hence its name, which means ‘between the waters’.
Entrammes began as a Gallo-Roman town established, like Jublains, in the heart of the Gaulish territory of the Aulerci Diaulitae.
A church was built over the baths at the end of the period of classical antiquity, and this accounts for their remarkably good state of preservation.
There are four rooms in a row: cold baths, a temperate room, a steam room and hot baths heated by means of a hypocaust.
The 8.5 metre high walls have brick-built arcades and window openings.
These remains that can be seen on guided tours are effectively displayed by means of a carefully designed lighting scheme.

More info

  • Entrammes Gallo-Roman Baths
  • Place de l’Eglise
  • 53260 Entrammes
  •  +33 (0)2 43 90 20 72
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One-hour guided tours of the baths are organised regularly by the Laval Area tourist office  
Children's workshops are also organised during school holidays