Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, Mainz

(3.7/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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  • I enjoyed my visit to the museum. I like Roman history and visited the Roman theater and the ancient shipbuilding museum before coming here. The museum is free of charge. Inside, I found plenty of Rom...  more »
  • You must come if you like history. You'll find things wonderful Roman in perfect condition and very well displayed. The Museum has 2 floors and worth going around it full.
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  • This museum is for true lovers of Archeology and history! Museum-Research Institute, it presents exhibitions and library with literature about many centuries, starting from the Roman Empire and the early middle ages.
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  • But unfortunately, precisely exactly the most interesting exhibition - first & early history - is nice people, not to see for many years. New building next to the Roman ship Museum.
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  • The staff is very friendly. Unfortunately the staff must deal often with profile neurotic teachers, educators and parents, who are not able, to teach their children and young people the difference between a playground, a gym and a museum. Also, these educators think they should support the arms and elbows on the cases to Machtdemonstrstionszwecken. Therefore, the staff there have my full sympathy and compassion.
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  • The Museum is conveniently located and admission is free. The staff is friendly and helpful!
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  • An interesting Museum with rare exhibits from ancient Roman history in the Moguntiacum, today: Mainz.
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  • The exhibition is quite nice, and the property is beautiful, if not well maintained. Admission is free, the staff is however very unfriendly.
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