Were all Romans Italians?
What did a legionary do in peace time?
What was life like in Vindobona?
Find the answers to these questions here in the new Roman Museum from the spring of 2008 onwards! Fascinating archaeological finds enable you actively to experience the Roman history of Vienna – both of the city and the culture.
You can already catch a glimpse of a Roman legionary’s life in the basement - take the entrance to the left via the steps into the basement. Open Tuesday through Sunday and public holidays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
|Senior citizens, Vienna Card, Ö1-Club, disabled persons, apprentices and trainees, students up to age 27, military and civil social services, and groups as of 10 persons|
|For visitors younger than 19 years|
|Every first Sunday of the month for all visitors|
|GUIDED TOUR FEES|
|Guided tour ticket for school students|
(min. EUR 15,– or 10 school students)
|Adult group flatrate|
(rec. number of participants: 20)
|KATALOGE UND PUBLIKATIONEN|
VINDOBONA - ROMAN VIENNA
EATING LIKE THE ROMANS - STORIES AND RECIPES FROM VINDOBONA
DIE ARCHÄOLOGISCHEN MUSEEN DER STADT WIEN - ARCHÄOLOGISCHE OBJEKTE AUS WIEN VON 10.000 V.CHR. BIS 1.400 N.CHR.
1010 Vienna, Hoher Markt 3
Phone: +43-1-535 56 06, Fax: +43-1-505 87 47-7201
Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
1.1., 1.5., 25.12. - closed