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Lauriacum Museum

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Suitable for groups
On display is one the most considerable collections of Roman findings in Austria.

The former Town Hall on the Enns downtown square today houses the worthwhile Lauriacum Museum. This Museum is dedicated to the Romano-Austrian history Lauriacum, the Roman name for what is now called Lorch. The museum offers a truly fascinating and educational experience with many artifacts recovered from archaeological excavations in the Enns site on display. The Museum features special departments on prehistory, the history of technology, and ethnic studies. What´s more, it´s home to the Old Enns Gallery, a weaponry collection hall, a memorial room commemorating the Georgenberg Handfeste of 1186, and memorabilia of famous citizens of Enns.

Contact

Lauriacum Museum
Hauptplatz
4470 Enns

Phone: +43 7223 85362
Mobile: +43 7223 81404
E-Mail: office@museum-lauriacum.at
Web: www.museum-lauriacum.at

Contact person
Römer-Museum Lauriacum

We speak the following languages

German

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April 01 to October 31:
Tuesdays to Sundays 10:00am to 12:00pm and 2:00pm to 4:00pm
November 01 to March 31:
Sundays & Holidays 10:00am to 12:00pm and 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Closed on December 26 and January 01!

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On display is one the most considerable collections of Roman findings in Austria. The former Town Hall on the Enns downtown square today houses the worthwhile Lauriacum Museum. This Museum is dedicated to the Romano-Austrian history Lauriacum, the Roman name for what...