Archaeological Museum on Roman Spa Culture
The nave of the church of St. Andrew in the old town of Bad Gögging is located right over the central pool of the ancient Roman baths. Today, the "Römisches Museum für Kur- und Badewesen" (Archaeological Museum on Roman Spa Culture) is housed there.
At the museum it is possible to visit different rooms of the thermae, such as the main bath with its big pool and four single tubs. The underfloor heating system (hypocaust) is well discernible in the whole bath complex. The information boards on the spot explain function and use of bath tools as well as the Roman bath practice in general. In front of the Roman Museum there is the early Christian portal of the church of St. Andrew, which is a rarity of art history.
Adults: 3.00 €
Children (up to 12 years): admission free
Schoolchildren, students, guests with guest card "Kurkarte": 2.00 €
Groups (from 10 persons on): 2.00 €/person
(admission and 45 min. guided tour: 20.00 €)
Public guided tours (45 min.): Tuesday to Sunday at 16.00 (3.00 € or 2.00 € with guest card "Kurkarte")
Tuesday till Sunday, on public holidays: 4:00PM till 5:00PM
Tuesday to Sunday, public holidays: 16.00-17.00
1st March to 31st October:
Guided tour: 16.00 and upon agreement
Parkplätze für Pkw und Bus
The Römische Museum für Kur- und Badewesen is located in the centre of Bad Gögging near the church of St. Andrew.
Nearest bus stops: "Kurverwaltung" (about 500 m) and "Römerstraße/Abzw. Am Höhenberg" (about 400 m)
Car and bus parking: