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
Please observe the safety measures documented in “How to protect yourself and others in the museum”
|Tuesday to Friday||to|
|Saturday and Suday||to 6|
open Mondays also on public holidays between to 6
Due to the current incidence value, the 25th Corona regulation RLP and the so-called “3G rule” that is now in force, we have to close our “Roman exhibition” in Karmeliterstraße for an indefinite period.
The exhibition will only be monitored digitally with no staff on site and thus a compliance review that is not possible, “3G” rule.
Entry to the “Romans in Boppard” exhibit presented by Museum Boppard is free.
The Roman fortress in Boppard.
About Roman life in Boppard
How to protect yourself and others in the museum
If you feel ill, please stay at home!
Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly!
Cough and sneeze into the crook of your arm or a handkerchief!
Wear a mouth-nose mask.
Maintain a minimum distance to other people everywhere.
Avoid the formation of groups.
There are no guided tours and group tours.
|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|