The Pommer baths are an old public bathing establishment in Avignon, classified as a Historical Monument since 1992. Created in 1891, they are abandoned since 1972. The establishment is originally intended for hydrotherapy (medical showers and baths). It evolves then in place of hygiene during the twentieth century. It has at the beginning more than forty individual cabins with bathtubs, showers, the main room with glass roof, as well as a garden. With its earthenware vases, its majestic staircase with cast iron ramps, its walnut cabin doors and brass fittings: the materials are carefully selected and meet a quality requirement. The decoration is characteristic of a Belle Epoque establishment.