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Absolutely fabulous museum, telling the story of the slaughter of 3 Roman legions. The building is tremendous, with a tower of rusted steel allowing you to look over the area where the slaughter took place, and the museum itself is fantastically put together and informative....More
This is where the Roman general, Varus, & his 3 legions were ambushed & massacred over 4 days in September 9AD by German tribes under the leadership of Arminius. The museum is relatively small considering the impact it had on the Roman world at the...More
As a lover of archaeology, I'm probably biased, great site and moment in history. You can really imagine the battle in the surrounding woods. Although the museum doesn't really cater for non German speakers like myself, was't a problem for me as I know the...More
If you love history, anthropology, and archeology, you have to visit this museum and site. It will take you back to 9 AD. Not only is the way the Romans came recreated, but you will also walk on the paths of the Germanic peoples. The...More
The museum is very interesting. The grounds are eminently walkable. One can envision the movement of the troops--both by walking along the road and especially from the top of the museum tower. Why aren't there MORE tourists checking out this amazing place????
This world-class site, built on archaeological discoveries made only since 1987, has the official support of the European Union. It can be argued that the battle fought here marked the end of the expansion of the Roman Empire. Strange, then, that the interpretive materials are...More
Nice and interesting museum with exhibits indoors, a viewing tower and outdoor exhibit. The museum tells in an interesting way a dramatic story that had become important to Germany. Focus is multiculturalism and the importance of respecting the differences of others.
I love history and especially Roman history. If you have any interest in those subjects you must visit this museum - this was a major event in the story of the empire and of Europe. I usually read other people's reviews of places and try...More
This is a fantastic historical site and museum. There has been a great deal done to make this a family friendly attraction. As an adult visiting there is frustrating mix of fantastic exhibits displayed well set along side exhibits which are poorly explained. I do...More
Since I was a kid I have always been a fan of history, particularly everything Roman. I've visited Rome, Trier and a host of other Roman sites, but only recently did I get to visit Kalkriese. And frankly, I wasn't exactly blown away.