Numerous findings of the Roman and iron periods take you on a time journey in the interactive museum in San Lorenzo
Image gallery: Archaeological museum Mansio Sebatum
A journey across the history of settlement of the Val Pusteria, that dates back very long in history, can be experienced in the beautifully arranged archaeological museum in San Lorenzo di Sebato. This village in the Val Pusteria used to be ruled by the Saevates in the iron age, in the Roman period it used to be an important and strategic traffic junction. Interactive installations make a visit to this museum, established on three floors, even more interesting and make you experience the journey across this bygone period and the former vivid market place Mansio Sebatum more intense.
Findings of the iron age and the Roman period presented in an appealing manner, as well as model buildings and information panels provide a further insight into bygone periods. On the 1st floor the focus is set on road building and the construction of the Roman road station, while the 2nd floor is dedicated to the life and economic affairs in the Roman road station. The Roman gods, the popular believe the graves and further findings in Mansio Sebatum are presented on the 3rd floor.
A visit to the museum can by the way best be combined with a walk on the Archaeological Trail, along which information panels describe the relics that have been found in this area. The museum is ideal for a visit with your family, for kids in school age there is much to see and discover.
- Via Josef Renzler / Josef-Renzler-Strasse 9 - 39030 - San Lorenzo di Sebato / St. Lorenzen
- +39 0474 538196
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€ 5.00 adults
€ 3.50 groups (more than 8 persons)
€ 3.00 students
€ 3.00 seniors 65+
€ 10.00 family ticket (2 adults with children up to 11 years)
The Mansio Sebatum Museum stays open all year round, closed on Sundays and public holidays.