Kastell Boppard from being a component of the Roman defensive line on the Rhine to becoming an autonomous city

How to find us and opening hours

Museum Boppard – Römer in Boppard
Karmeliterstraße 7

56154 Boppard am Rhein

Tel: 0 67 42-801 59 84

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Friday to
Saturday and Suday to 6

open Mondays also on public holidays between to 6

Christmas break:
after the 4th Advent the museum is up to and including
Closed January 6st.

House Rules

Opens in January 2020

Entry to the “Romans in Boppard” exhibit presented by Museum Boppard is free.


Room 1

The Roman fortress in Boppard.

Room 1

Room 2

About Roman life in Boppard

Room 2

Additional Audio Content

qr codeWhenever you see such a QR code on an exhibit, we have provided some extra audio on the topic for you. Just point the camera of your smartphone at it and follow the link. (Or look look it up in the list, where you can find all audio files in one place)


Sponsor: Stadt Boppard
Concept, Project Management: Kultur-Büro AHB Dr. Wolfgang Fritzsche, Ginsheim-Gustavsburg
Content scientific design: Johann Schrempp M.A. Archäologie & Bauforschung, Kirchzarten-Zarten
Exhibition design: Peter Kneip DWB, Innenarchitekt, Mainz
Webdesign: Günther Mulder gmulder, UX & Text für interaktive Medien, Mainz
Exhibition graphics: Manfred Nachtigal, Gelnhausen
Illustrations: Joe Rohrer, Wissenschaftlicher Illustrator FH, Luzern Schweiz
Copy: Dr. Wolfgang Fritzsche und Johann Schrempp
Anthropological investigations: Carola Berszin M.A., Konstanz
Restauration of objects: Renate Frölich Restaurierungsatelier, Mainz
Audio: Thurig Tonstudio, Mainz
Translations: Lingua-World GmbH, Köln
Construction exhibition furniture: Latz und Kunz Holzwerkstätte GbR, Bingen