On tour in the Römerregion Chiemsee
Let’s go back in time: It is the year 250 A.D and all of Southern Germany has been conquered by the Romans – all of Southern Germany? Not quite! In South-Eastern Bavaria, between Rosenheim and Salzburg, the Romans came in peace, bringing their families and living in harmony with the native Celts. Wealthy Roman settlers were particularly drawn to the hospitable Chiemsee countryside and had an eye for the most beautiful sites to build their country estates. Many of these places, such as Seebruck, survived the fall of the Roman Empire and remain populated to this day; others exist in nothing more than ancient place names and archaeological ruins hinting at bygone glory …
The sites are freely accessible unless otherwise indicated. Information on sites located in museums, town halls, or tourist information centres is available on the respective websites.
Most of our exhibition sites are new and are in the process of being installed in 2020/21. For the current state of progress, please check the site information.