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Saalburg Roman Castle and Archeology Park, Bad Homburg
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Debuting as an open-air museum in the 19th century, Saalburg Roman Castle and Archeology Park provides a journey back to an ancient Roman province. When the Roman Empire was at its peak, this location housed 600 soldiers in its garrison and almost 1,500 townspeople. The grounds included a guesthouse, baths, and taverns. The fort was rebuilt next to the archeological site where artifacts from the settlement were found. These artifacts are stored safely in glass cases in the main museum structure; the rest of the pieces in the displays are recreations. Purchase a ticket that includes admission to the Celtic World at the Glauberg to learn how the native people lived outside of the settlement. Make a stop by the Taberna restaurant in the museum to experience the tastes of ancient Rome. Use our Bad Homburg tourist route planner to add Saalburg Roman Castle and Archeology Park and other attractions to your Bad Homburg vacation plans.
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  • The Saalburg is a wonderful legacy for Hessen/Germany / Europe. Historically unique and worth a visit. Very recommend!
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  • We went with a motley crew - grandparents, kids, friends and everyone enjoyed it. We had an English speaking tour provided and it was definitely worth it. The kids really engaged in the subject despit...  more »
  • A fine example of Roman life for us at a reasonable cost of €10 for a family ticket. We spent some time wandering aimlessly around trying to translate the signage to get some understanding of what was...  more »