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I was in Cologne ton Jan 2 and 3 when the museum was supposed to be open and both times it was closed, they didnt have the decency to place a message on their website or even post the reasons why it's closed in English.
My daughter and I were so looking forward to visiting this museum. Arrived 2 January to find a paper notice taped to the locked door saying it was closed - no dates provided.
The website now displays these words: Wir ziehen um! ZUM 30.12.2018 SCHLIESST...More
Lovely mosaic, complete with left facing swastikas, also a reconstructed facade. Both are visible from outside without paying the entrance fee! Worth it though if you want toes some well exhibited artefacts
With some free-time in Cologne amidst the Christmas Markets and tempting mugs of Gluhwein. Our tour guide earlier in the day pointed out the remarkably intact Dionysus mosaic we simply had to have a closer look at and despite how deceptively small the museum seems,...More
Some parts of the museum can be seen from the outside and with people peering in to see. Some of the exhibits are only in German so the use of google translate on your phone would be useful. Staff were unfriendly and weren’t able to...More
In the center of Cologne the Roman-German Museum is a good place to get a feeling of how Cologne has become the place it is today. For anyone who is interested in Roman or German history it is a "must" anyway. Take about two hours...More
This museum is located at the foot of the Cologne Cathedral and easy to find. We really enjoyed the visit, the amount of historic items on display is amazing, and the number of pieces that are intact astounds. Traces the influence of the Roman occupation...More
Visited the museum, 9 euros to get in...THEN they forbid you to take your handbag so you go to the cloakroom they charge you to put your bag on a shelf so like others I had to carry my phone, purse and passport round with...More