As you look at the hustle and bustle on the main square in Tulln, it is fun to remember that people were scurrying across this same spot 2,000 years ago. The Roman Museum in Marcus Aurelius Park can help to trigger your imagination. It exhibits a host of original finds, plus pictures, figurines, dioramas and models that show visitors what life was like at the Roman Cavalry Fort Comagena from about 90 AD to 488 AD.
Visitors can learn interesting things about the Roman province of Noricum. They are provided with an illustrated documentation and a depiction of military life at Fort Comagena. A model of the fort indicates its footprint in the current town map. We walk many of the same streets today that the Romans did.
March 26 to November 6, 2022:
Wen - Sun and Holidays, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Adults: € 6.00
Reduced adult tickets: € 5.00
(Groups of 10 people or more and seniors)
Children and young people (11-18 years): € 3.00
(Military conscripts, apprentices and students up to 25 years of age)
Reduced tickets for children and young people: € 2.00
(School and youth groups from 10 people without a guide)
Mother or father with max. 4 children (11-18 years): € 7.00
Parents with max. 4 children (11-18 years): € 12.00
The team of the experts at the museum is happy to conduct tours about ancient Roman times. Simply call +43 (0)660 8711356 or email@example.com (Claudia-Maria Behling) during regular hours to make arrangements. For schools, the museum offers educational programs tailored to specific age groups.
COVID-19 information & protective measures
Please note the following safety precautions for your carefree visit:
- visitors must wear an FFP2 mask.
- Avoid group-like gatherings and, if necessary, wait until you can enter certain rooms or areas.
- A disinfectant dispenser is available at the entrance. Nevertheless, we recommend that you take your own disinfectant with you.
- Access may be denied to any person exhibiting the following symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, and difficulty breathing.