The Frigidarium contains the pool used for cold baths and it still has the water pipe that filled it. This leads to a room with stucco reliefs of warriors pictured below.
Next we have the Tepidarium with its central tank filled with lukewarm water, with laconicum or sudatorium for steam baths, much like a modern Turkish Bath.
Then on to the Calidarium which had a hot water pool to heat the body. Notice the plug of mud that has solidified into rock in the doorway in the centre of this picture. The door you enter this room through was cut by the archaeologists whilst excavating.
And here we have the Apodyterium, a sort of social room come changing room.
Also outside the baths, a pedestal and funerary altar dedicated to Proconsul Marcus Nonius Balbus, his statue probably stood on the marble base.