Follow the traces of the inhabitants of Teurnia that used to be the vivid capital of the Roman province in the 5th and 6th century. Displaying marble sculptures, inscriptions, jewellery, and much more, the Roman Museum, located in proximity of the parish church, describes the society, everyday life, as well as the art of Romans and Celts. Main attractions are the early Christian bishop’s church and the mosaic floor full of symbols in the church outside the city wall.
Tips: Incl. the access to the bishop’s church and church outside the city wall; family program: photo puzzle Teurnia; for special shows and constantly updated cultural program visit www.landesmuseum.ktn.gv.at.
St. Peter in Holz 1a, 9811 Lendorf, Österreich
01/05–26/10 Tue–Sun 10 am– 16 pm,
day off: Monday
Sommer Kärnten Card Leistungen :
1 free admission every day. Photo ID required.
Preis ohne Kärnten Card : € 7
Verweildauer: ca. 1 h
BY CAR: from Villach motorway A10 direction Spittal – exit Lendorf on E66 – shortly before the town sign Lendorf at the sign sharp right turn – after 1.4 km right turn at the sign and after 800 m another right turn.