Römervilla museum, Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler
During road building work at the foot of the Silberberg the rooms of a nobleman's house dating back to the 2nd to 3rd century were discovered.
The unusually well-preserved find of a Roman villa is surrounded by an attractive museum building, which protects the ancient building fabric.
In addition to the murals, a bathing facility, a kitchen as well as fully intact underfloor heating were discovered. Numerous everyday items from antique window glass, tableware, hair pins to a theatre mask were found. The walk through the ancient rooms gives a very clear picture of provincial Roman life almost 2,000 years ago. There is also an exhibition of small finds that were made during the excavations as well as various special exhibitions.