The Archaeological Garden Of Gisacum : The archaeological garden was created in 2001 by the Department of Eure. It offers an unusual way to appreciate the baths of the sacred gallo -roman city of Gisacum.
A green shrine, inviting to a bucolic promenade, surrounds the ruins of the building.
Thanks to the way the ruins are presented, the visitor is then plunged into the ambiance of a public bath of roman times. A visit of the archaeological interpretation centre completes the tour. It presents Gisacum's history through models, virtual tours and recently found items.