Within the site at Segedunum Fort there is also a reconstruction of a Roman bath-house. It comprises 5 rooms:
The Changing room – where the bathers would change their clothes, relax and play games either before or after taking a bath
The Cold room (Frigidarium)- a cold plunge pool
The Hot room (Caldarium) – here the heat was moistened from a water fountain to aid with sweating and cleaning
The Warm room (Tepidarium) – with a temperature between the Frigidarium and the Caldarium, it could be accessed from both as either a place to warm up or cool down before returning to the Changing room.
The four rooms above form the classical suite of rooms in a Roman bath, but there is also a fifth room at Segedunum:
The Hot Dry room (Iaconicum) – this was hotter than the Caldarium and provided a dry heat to encourage sweating.