Parts of the baths were turned into churches and in 1889 the complex became part of the National Roman Museum, helping to preserve parts of the original structure although much had been destroyed. The octagonal aula was recently opened as part of the museum and inside tombs, funerary urns, and sarcophagi are on display. The baths can be visited with the Rome archeology card or 4 museum ticket any day except Monday.
These photos, taken inside the aula, are used with permission from SecretGardensItaly. Click on the thumbnail to see it larger.
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