Venues and orientation in Carnuntum

Roman history unfolds in Bad Deutsch-Altenburg and Petronell-Carnuntum at six venues with precious findings, true to original reconstructions and excavations.

Roman history unfolds in Bad Deutsch-Altenburg and Petronell-Carnuntum at six venues with precious findings, true to original reconstructions and excavations.

Roman City Quarter

Four buildings in the style dating back to the 4th century AD were reconstructed in the Roman City Quarter: the House of Lucius belonging to a member of the middle class, the posh villa urbana, Roman baths and the domus quarta harbouring the only preserved floor mosaic of Carnuntum.

Gladiators' practice arena

The practice arena of the gladiator school reconstructed in 2014 is just a 10 minute walk away from the Roman City Quarter. It is located directly next to the Civilian City's Amphitheatre.

Heidentor (Heathens' Gate)

The Heidentor (Heathens' Gate) is Carnuntum's emblem and about 20 min. away on foot from the Roman City Quarter.

Military City's Amphitheatre

The smaller and older of Carnuntum's two amphitheaters lies halfway between the Roman City Quarter and the Museum Carnuntinum.

Museum Carnuntinum

Inaugurated in 1904, Carnuntum's treasury in Bad Deutsch-Altenburg is the Roman City's oldest museum location.

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