During a walk in the forest of Halatte you will be surprised to see, at the bend of a forest path, the remains of a Gallo-Roman temple! The votive temple, which was built between 48 and 60 A.D. and reached its peak in the 3rd and 4th centuries, was found during forestry work in 1825. The excavations in a few figures: - 363 ex-voto statuettes - 1127 coins, - 18,000 shards, corresponding to about twenty vases, - 40 bronze fibulae You can admire these objects at the Senlis Museum of Art and Archaeology and discover the reconstruction of the temple thanks to a video.
- Guided tour: no
- Free visit: yes
|From 01 January to 31 December|