Domus or wealthy Roman home from the late 1st century BC located in the upper part of the ancient city of Baetulo. The different rooms arranged around the atrium, other rooms related to the peristyle or garden, and a work area used for wine production still remain. The high-quality mosaics are worth noting, especially the one in the impluvium that presides over the atrium, as well as the remains of the original murals. The space includes two audiovisuals: one with a virtual re-creation of the domus and another that examines the importance of grapes as a crop in the region of Baetulo. The theatrical lighting, the sets with historical reproductions of furniture and objects and the inclusion of sounds transport us back to the Roman era and help visitors feel that they are immersed in that world. With touch modules for the visually impaired.