Romans in Boppard - Room 1 The Roman fortress in Boppard dates back to the 4th century AD and served to secure the imperial border after it was relocated from the Taunus heights back to the Rhine in 260 AD. With its towers and walls it is today one of the best preserved military facilities of the Roman period north of the Alps.

What you can expect to see here

Who is Roman?

Celts become Romans who find their place in Roman society.

The fortress wall

Get close to the remains of the Roman fortification wall. 

Settlement Boppard

About the settlement Bontobrice (Boppard), founded in the first half of the 1st century AD, and its heyday on a Roman road from Mainz to Bonn.

Subterranean history

History beneath our feet

Room 2

About Roman life in Boppard