Loved or hated, gladiators have long stirred the imagination, but who were these extraordinary fighters?
Immersed in decors inspired by archaeological sources, visitors take a trip back into ancient Roman times by slipping into the sandals of a gladiator.
Travel between the gladiator training school, and the atmosphere of the Amphitheatre, visitors are flung into the world of gladiatorship.
Be you slave or citizen, man or woman, take the oath, train, and experience a gladiator’s life. Understand why these ancient warriors held such a special place in Roman society. It’s time to uncover the truth about gladiators!
In this exhibition, you are the hero! Equipped with a bracelet, you will live out a connected experience that enables you to choose your own adventure. Suitable for families starting from children six years old and up, not to mention gladiator enthusiasts or experts of all ages.
The exhibition is an original co-production between Acta and Cap Sciences.
So ready? Go!
Acta, a historical entertainment and entertainment company, is a pioneer in the practice of experimental archeology on gladiatorial combat. Recognized as a specialist in this discipline, she has greatly contributed to immersing visitors in the most faithful to the state of current knowledge. Cap Sciences, specialized in staging and staging, offers here a connected journey that allows each visitor equipped with a bracelet, to live a unique experience, an exhibition of which he is the hero.
Acta and Cap Sciences have joined forces with Archéovision, UMS of the CNRS/University of Bordeaux Montaigne, specialists in the field of 3D technologies applied to heritage and archeology. The latter imagined the decorations of the ludus faithful to the archaeological traces of the Roman Empire during Antiquity.
The exhibition is an immersion in the world of gladiatorship under the Roman Empire. The visitor chooses a bracelet to embody a female or male character and slips into the skin of a gladiator or a gladiator to start his historical adventure…