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We had short and half day stop in Cologne, this was top on the list of places to visit. We where not disappointed. The mosaics where fabulous, it is in the orginal location and the museum was built around it. There many artifacts very well...More
This is a wonderful museum located next to the Cathedral. It seems small from the outside but is much bigger than it looks and has a great collection of artefacts found locally and across the region. There is a fantastic mosaic floor that is still...More
I only lasted 10min. Went in as had museum card. Bit silly how they charge you 0.50e for cloakroom when all other Cologne museums don't. Its a large museum but not much in there, relative to other classical museums in Europe. I definitely wouldn't pay...More
Well presented, lighted, and displayed artifacts from Roman-German history. Our guide helped illuminate many facts and timelines. I had read of a lack of English details on museum labels. This is NOT true. Items were detailed in English as well as German. Thrilled we stopped...More
For lovers of the Roman empire and ancient history.A magnificent display of roman artefacts such as glassware,statues and jewellery which showcase Rome and its history as well as the Roman origins of Cologne itself.Close to the cathedral as well
This is a very interesting hotel, which I think is unique in Germany, exhibiting treasures from the rich Roman history of the area of Cologne, including mosaic floors, temples, and really beautiful glass collections, seals, coins, and many more. Definitely worth a visit. Also impressive...More
Well spaced out museum with a lot of great, well preserved artefacts from excavations in the immediate area.
Plenty translated to English which is good for context (failing that Google Translate helps!)
Incredible mosaics dotted throughout and really interesting decorative pieces in the cabinets.
We gave ourselves a self-guided tour, and it was really a good way to learn about the history of the area. They have artifacts from the pre-Roman period, too. Beautiful tile mosaics, statues, pottery and more. There were several school groups of children to maneuver...More
Should be great for people who love archeology. However, the exhibition has only translated the description of part of its treasures into a language other than German, while there were a lot of foreign tourists.
Also, small handbags are not allowed in, even though everything...More