Even the Romans knew where it was beautiful - idyllically situated on a hill, with a view of the Alb ridge and Hohenzollern Castle. Explore the extensive grounds, the scientifically based museum with the finds and the partially reconstructed buildings. In addition to the size of the outdoor area, especially the temple district shows that this must have been an estate of a special kind.
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The sponsoring association has spent years of its own work to make the complex attractive. This includes above all the (partial) reconstruction of the main building and other structures, such as the corner tower or bathhouse. In September 2021, the complete reconstruction of the temple district was opened. This is the highlight of the estate. Especially the ancient color design offers a new view of the Roman building culture. This was more colorful than previously thought. Also, the permanent archaeological excavation has further confirmed the importance of the site.
During the season, there are regular guided tours of the site. These have different themes, such as general and scientific or as a costume tour. For groups of children there are also bookable activities, such as baking bread, laying mosaics or handicrafts.
The panoramic terrace with a wonderful view offers enough space to take a break and have a pleasant get-together. A kiosk provides you with a small selection of food, drinks as well as souvenirs and regional products. A barbecue area is also at your disposal. Our premises are also ideal for celebrations of all kinds. For the little ones there is a Roman-accented playground.
The Roman Open Air Museum is ideally connected to the cycling and hiking trail network of the surrounding area. The long-distance hiking trail HW3, the Hohenzollerische Jakobusweg as well as the circular hiking trail Römer-Tour with experience stations lead directly past the museum.