Fancy medieval arts and crafts? Then Musée de Cluny is the place for that kind of perusing. The museum was once a mansion of a wealthy abbot in the fifteenth century and is built on top and next to the Roman bath ruins dated back to A.D. 200. The Roman Bath was where the Romans bathed in cold water when Paris was once ruled by Julius Caesar in 54 B.C. This was the main reason why we visited the museum—for interest in seeing these old ruins downstairs of the building; however, not much of it was left. Along with the ruins we saw numerous arts and crafts dated back to early fourteen hundred and earlier. We were impressed with how well some of these pieces were preserved for how old they are.