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Very interesting and not an expensive entry fee. The Romans were intuitive and ingenious and it shows throughout the exhibits. A great historical and archeological site.
So much to see and do. Highly recommended for the whole family. Will definitely return
Great place to spend a full day with them entire family - very interesting and very well maintained. Regardless whether the amphitheater, the different buildings or the museum itself - a lot of valuable information is being provided in three languages (German, Dutch and English)...More
One of the best àrchaeological museums I've ever visited.
So much info, and so weĺl displayed.
The Romans were so advanced 12 BC - 275 AD.
Go inside the walls of the amphitheatre and read the displays!
Really interesting reconstruction of some parts of a Roman city, letting you get a feel for the size and structures. Good signage in English, German and Dutch, practice your language skills!!!!
The museum and bath house , first class
Lot of walking between exhibits but...More
Wanted to go for a long time, and boy was I lucky! Filled with Romans from every rank, you could see and feel the history! Reconstructions were open, workshops were amazing, volunteers talking about the finds and how they rebuild 18% of the area.
Excellent place to visit. The place representing the history of Germans and Romans ruling them. Park with a combination of History (ancient temple, ancient Colosseum), Museum, Nature, and the Man-managed small paks and spots. Really worth to visit.
This site is worth a visit to better understand the true history of Germany. Bring a Picknick basket and enjoy the day at the site.
It has plenty of history and for the kids, play parks and things to do.
We enjoyed our walk around the park but the museum staff watch you like hawks, popping up over your shoulder at every turn and overly rule laden.. don’t do this, don’t stand there, don’t touch that etc. Made us feel uncomfortable. Totally unnecessary for four...More
Since I was grown up close to Xanten, it never took me big efforts to get there. Overall the APX always is a "must have", if I have international guests. It is a big territory, which invites you for a long walk and chats with...More
Opening hours of the Park and LVR-RömerMuseum
•March to October: daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
•November: daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m
•December to February: daily 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(closed on 24, 25 and 31 December)