Saturday, April 9, 2016 at 10:30am
The Romans built an elaborate system of aqueducts; they were an amazing engineering feat, bringing water from distant sources into the city supplying their baths, fountains, and their drinking water. Learn more about how these amazing aqueducts were constructed, their importance for the roman society, how different the society would have been without imported water, and take a look at some the most beautiful fountains that were built with the aqueduct’s water.
Must register in advanced and prepay. Members $20, Non-Members $25