The Romans in Lahr

Archaeo­lo­gi­cal exca­va­tions made visi­ble about 200,000 objec­ts of a Roman quar­ter (“Vicus”) in Lahr-Ding­lin­gen. Based on the­se archaeo­lo­gi­cal fin­dings, a Roman ter­raced house with its archaeo­bo­ta­ni­cal gar­den was recon­struc­ted. This recon­struc­ted Roman site gives the visi­tor an impres­si­on of the civil dai­ly rou­ti­ne of the appro­xi­mate­ly 1,000 inha­bi­tants who lived here in the second cen­tu­ry after Christ. Goods being typi­cal for Lahr, pot­te­ry appearing in grey as well as works made by craft­s­men and domestic fin­dings can be seen in the new town’s muse­um which is situa­ted in the his­to­ric cent­re of Lahr. On three floors, the per­ma­nent exhi­bi­ti­on shows the histo­ry of Lahr from the Roman to the modern age.

Stadt­mu­se­um Lahr

Mi-So 11–18 Uhr

Kreuz­stra­ße 6
77933 Lahr / Schwarz­wald

Tel.: +49 (0)7821 / 910‑0410

Römer­an­la­gen im Bür­ger­park der Lan­des­gar­ten­schau

12. April bis 14. Okto­ber 2018, täg­lich 9- 19 Uhr