The Roman museum in Passau

The Roman museum in Passau

The Roman museum was built on the foundations of Kastell Boiotro castle. Films and light installations bring history to life.

The Roman museum was built on the foundations of the late-Roman Kastell Boiotro castle. Remains of the castle wall and the watchtowers can still be seen today. Audio presentations, films and light installations bring history to life.

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Roman museum in Passau
Lederergasse 43-45
94032 Passau
Next station
Passau Hbf (main station)

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