Tower Museum | World Heritage Lower German Limes - Valkenburg
The Lower German Limes has been a World Heritage since 2021 and formed the border of the Roman Empire in the Netherlands and Germany two thousand years ago. The Romans were in our country for some 450 years and left behind all kinds of traces. Not only did they lay the foundations for our infrastructure and alphabet, but many archaeological treasures have also been found along the Limes, which can be admired in our museums. Here you will find everything from everyday objects such as Roman coins and tools to larger traces such as the remains of forts, watchtowers and even Roman ships.
The Tower Museum is one of the official visitor centres of the Lower Germanic Limes. In the museum, various finds can be seen and under this tower, there are even the remains of a large Roman fort.
Want to visit other parts of the Lower German Limes? Go to: https://www.romeinen.nl
Tower Museum | World Heritage Lower German Limes
2235 CN Valkenburg
E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: http://www.oudvalkenburgzh.nl/vov_J35/index.php/torenmuseum
|Saturday||13:00 - 16:00|
Also open by appointment.