The remains found on the grounds of Malagne are proof that, 2.000 years ago, Malagne was a large farming estate. Archaeological digs have revealed an imposing main building that served as living area, a secondary residence and four outbuildings that were used either for agricultural purposes or were dedicated to crafts and cottage-type industries.
The thermae reveal that the owners had quite a high standard of living. A scale-model of a hypocaust gives us a better understanding of the underfloor heating system that, like many great innovations, was invented by the Romans.
Two of the outbuildings have been reconstructed; one building served both as a stable and barn, the other building was used as forge.