Carnuntinum Museum

The Museum Carnuntinum is Austria’s largest Roman museum. Built in the style of a Roman country villa, the elegant structure houses the treasures of more than 400 years of Roman life in Carnuntum (today’s Petronell). The Carnuntum city have been reconstructed in its historical context: a citizen’s house, a splendid city mansion and public baths. The reconstructions are not fictitious sets or museum objects, but buildings that can be lived in. This means that all the buildings have been equipped with Roman underfloor heating systems and fully-functioning kitchens, and all the rooms are furnished. All layouts and decorative details refer to the fourth century, as does the level of the streets in the city quarter.

Museum: Carnuntinum Museum
City: Petronell
Country: Austria
Address: Hauptstraße 1A