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LWL Romermuseum, Haltern am See
(3.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Interesting Museum for adults and children, with friendly staff. Also for people with profound knowledge of Roman times quite interesting.
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  • A very fine museum with lots of interesting items well displayed. Touching some of the objects was encouraged, e.g. a Roman soldier's kit! 
  • The Roman Museum in keepers scores with the perfect museum education: it is less for the profewssionellen archaeologist interested in details and is aimed at interested laymen and suited for children and young people. Even for educated before trade visitors the many faithful replicas are very interesting: for example a Roman Legionary marching luggage (own trying out is asked!) or a leather tent for 8 Roman Legion - please enter! Of course, many original artefacts are exhibited - but in so abwechsluungsreicher presentation, that the visit is never tiring! Also the high-fidelity reproduction of the gate of the Roman fortification - first structure of the Roman parks is very nice... Definitely a visit to an age-appropriate introduction to the history of the Roman Empire would offer for anyone interested in the history - and for families, children and young people.
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