The Ancient Bath House

In 1993 an ancient and beautiful Bath House from the Hellenistic - Roman period, which was active in the city for hundreds of years, was discovered during renovation works in a souvenir and perfume shop. The archeological site includes also the Middle East’s most impressive hypocaust (a system of under floor heating channels which heated and conducted the water to the rooms). One of the Bath House’s chambers was even converted into a café.

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it is recommended to verify the opening hours and entrance requirements with the site itself
Entrance fee  ●  By prior arrangement  ● 
Opening hours of The Ancient Bath House:
Monday - Saturday: 10 am - pm
Address: Nazareth
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