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All reviews roman artifacts gold coins audio guide pre roman coin collection mosaic floors chronological order spoke english building work huge collection roman times local history on display northern europe two hours imperial baths visiting trier
We went to the main entrance only to find you have to buy your tickets from a portakabin further along the street. I noticed that after paying to see t he main museum it was very little extra to see the sound and light exhibition,...More
This museum is excellent and has a lot of collections from my favorite parts of European history, however, it only gets 4 stars because they routinely close one of the halls for either an hour or they simply close it early (this is around 1...More
I have been to many archeological museums, many of them famous. This is far better than most. Excellent exhibits from the Stone Age through the Middle Ages. The quality of the roman artifacts was especially notable. Even with no audioguide and limited English information, the...More
If you are interested in the oldest city of germany and you have already visit the Porta Nigra, the cathedral (11th oldest christian church on earth!) and the gothc Liebfrauenkirche,
you SHOULD come and take a tour to the Landesmuseum.
There are always needful and...More
This was a part of our tour with Viking cruises. Trier is the oldest city in Germany. Oldest museum in Trier. Purchased in 1800's . Beautiful well maintained gardens outside . Contains roman remains, burial grounds for the celtic, early mosaic floors & coin collection...More
Unfortunate that because of a multimedia show we had to go backwards chronologically. Good that we were given an English audio guide free, though the signs to use it were hard to find. Fabulous things there - the coins, mosaics, funerary carvings - overall feeling...More
Yes, yes, yes! Wonderful museum with amazing antiquities. Signs are only in German so pick up an audio guide to provide information. Even with the guide you have to guess at the displaysbut they are mostly evident.
Purchased admission to the museum as part of a family pass - two sites plus the museum (we visited the baths, Roman amphitheater and this museum).
Admission comes with a audio tour that was well produced and easy to use. The exhibits are arranged in...More