Rome is alive!

We are turning on the time machine and catapulting you into ancient Rome. Our interactive adventure exhibition has a lot to offer and is only complete with you as the main character.

Dive into the ancient Roman times. Monumental images depict scenes of daily life and you can become a part of them. March with the legionaires, help build the border wall Limes, roll barrels onto a cargo ship, warm yourself at the campfire, discover the goods at a market stall or tame a tiger in the arena. These and many more adventure scenes are waiting for you. Let yourself be photographed to get the most out of the 3D-Effect. What would a journey be without souvenir pictures for Instagram & Co.?!

Apart from the exceptional photo fun there are several DIY points and artefacts from Roman times. Learn more about Roman everyday life through playing.

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Credits: © MMM & Tricture by eli – eine lose idee – GmbH

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