Römerkastell Saalburg Archäologischer Park,
Bad Homburg vor der Höhe
Saalburg Roman Fortress was rebuilt around 1900 at the request of Kaiser Wilhelm II and has been a UNESCO world cultural heritage site since 2005, as part of the Limes.
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Bad Homburg v. d. Höhe
The restored Roman fortress on the Limes fortifications in the Taunus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Saalburg Roman Fortress brings bygone times back to life in original settings. Travel back 2000 years through time and learn more about the interesting and vibrant history, culture and lifestyle of the era. The original finds in the museum and the reconstructed rooms in the fortress whisk visitors straight back to Roman times. A walk around the park is a fascinating experience, teaching visitors so much without them realizing. Saalburg Museum is, however, not just a center of exhibits to be viewed; it is also a place to join in. Numerous themed events are hosted here, especially in summer. Taberna, the café in the museum, guarantees a memorable culinary experience.
Guided tours for blind an vision-impaired individuals as well as for wheelchair user. Handicapped toilets are located in "Mannschatfsbaracken" and "Fabrica".