Prices and Opening Hours
A visit to Carnuntum promises a unique journey into the ancient Roman world, combined with a pleasant excursion into the countryside. The spacious outdoor area around the reconstructed Roman buildings, as well as the open spaces of the amphitheater and at the Heidentor are ideal for a wonderful walk. At the large playground in the Roman City Quarter, there is plenty of room for children to live their own Roman adventures.
|Children below 11 yrs. accompanied by an adult||free|
|Children 11 – 14 yrs.||€ 6,-|
|Young adults 15 – 18 yrs.||€ 11,-|
|School classes (price per pupil of 20, or over)||€ 5,-|
|Group ticket (groups of 20, or over)||€ 11,-|
|* Youths 15-18 yrs., groups, senior citizens, students, people with disabilities and national servicemen with a valid ID.|
16 March – 17 November 2024 | 09 a.m. – 05 p.m. daily
If possible, we recommend that you buy your ticket online. Unfortunately, these can currently only be distributed via the German website. We hope to find a solution for this soon!
Schools and Groups
1 Ticket, 3 Sites
The admission ticket is valid on the date of its issue at three sites in the Roman City of Carnuntum (Roman city quarter, Museum Carnuntinum, amphitheater in the military city). With this ticket, you can move among these sites as often as you want on this day.
With selected club cards (ARBÖ, Burgenland Card, Ö1, Ö1 Intro, ÖAMTC, Raiffeisen account holders) you will receive discounts on the day's admission. Please ask for it at the cash desk. Please show the corresponding club card at the cash desk.
With the NÖ-Card and the Vienna Pass you get free admission to the Roman city of Carnuntum once in the season. ATTENTION: These cards cannot be used for group programs (group rate, school programs, etc.,...)!
Take advantage of the discount with the Niederösterreichischen Familienpass: € 10,- admission per family (children up to 18 years unlimited, max. 2 adults, except special events).
Dogs on leashes can be taken along In the Roman City Quarter and in both amphitheaters. They are not allowed inside Museum Carnuntinum.
At events (Gladiator Days, Children's Festival, Festival of Late Antiquity, Roman Festival) dogs must be muzzled and kept on a leash. The provisions of the Lower Austrian Dog Control Act apply here.