Museum education

We offer age-appropriate guided tours and educational activities for school classes, children and youth groups. In addition to the various specified promotions, combinations of different offers and, by individual agreement, special events are also conceivable. Whether preschool children in a day-care center who get to know one aspect of the Romans in the LIMESEUM once a month, a day in the LIMESEUM with museum education and Roman park or other special events - a lot is possible. We will regularly expand the offers in the future and are also planning special campaigns for adults.


Roman she-wolf
Embossing of the motif of the Roman she-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus on copper sheet and a small introduction to the legend of the founding of Rome.
Duration: approx. 30 min., Costs per student: € 2,00 (also suitable for preschool children)

Roman games
Try out various Roman games, such as "Circular Three Men's Morris", "Ludus latruncolorum", and "Orca". If desired, a short introduction to Roman games can be included.
Duration: approx. 45 - 60 min. Cost per student: € 1,50 (also suitable as a special variant for preschool children)


Roman coins
Introduction to Roman coins and making your own simple coin.
Duration: approx. 45 - 60 min., Costs per student: € 2,00 (also suitable for preschool children)

Roman mille fiori glass
The Romans already knew coloured glass. The students receive an introduction and make a lantern from a similar material.
Duration: 45 min., Costs per student: € 3,50 (suitable for students from 3rd grade)

Circular Three Men's Morris game
Make a leather sack with a circular Three Men's Morris field and game stones and also learn how to play a variety of Roman games.
Duration: approx. 45 - 60 min. Cost per student: € 3,50  (suitable for students from 4th grade)

Archeology in the box - excavation
Information on excavations and then a small "excavation" of your own and documentation of finds in a box.
Duration: approx. 60 minutes, costs per student: € 2,00 (suitable for students from the 4th grade)

Dimensions in Roman times
How did the Romans measure? Introduction to the topic and replica of a Roman wooden ruler.
Duration: approx. 45 min., Costs per student: € 3,00 (best suited from 6th grade)

Write like the Romans
Carving a pen out of reed, followed by writing exercises on papyrus.
Duration: approx. 45 min., Costs per student: € 2,00 (suitable for students from the 6th grade)

Roman suitcase

We have prepared several cases filled with Roman products for classroom learning. Each case contains reproductions of Roman items connected to a particular theme. For example, students can learn about "Roman Writing" and "Roman Games" using a variety of material, or study certain every-day objects and vessels from Rome. A PowerPoint presentation about the topic as well as an accompanying pamphlet with further details are also included for the teacher.

Teachers can also borrow suitcases with various replicas on various topics by prior arrangement. There is a small information booklet for teachers for each suitcase. The suitcases can usually be borrowed for about 1 week at a cost of € 5.00 per suitcase. The suitcases must be picked up at the LIMESEUM.

  • Suitcase "Roman Games"                                                                                                 

Contains various toys such as dice, a Circular Three Men's Morris, clay figures, a wooden sword and an oil lamp depicting a gladiator fight.

  • Suitcase "Roman crockery"                                                                                            

Enthält unterschiedliches Keramikgeschirr, wie Teller, Becher und Krug, einen Räucherkelch sowie eine Glasflasche.

  • Suitcase "Roman everyday life"                                                                                         

Contains a selection of different replicas such as dishes, medical utensils, coins, shoes and a small figure of a god.

  • Suitcase "Roman writing"                                                                                            

Contains a scroll made of papyrus, parchment paper, various writing utensils and materials for making ink as well as a Roman calendar and a military diploma (certificate of discharge for soldiers).


Holiday program

In 2022 there will be a holiday program in the LIMSEUM and Römerpark Ruffenhofen. More details coming soon.