Run by the Town of Mautern, the museum documents life as it was in the then Roman fort of Favianis-Mautern and the surrounding civilian settlement, using striking exhibits and descriptions.
The clearly presented main collection displays finds from archaeological digs during the last decade. The exhibits of civilian and military life date from the Bronze Age to the later part of the Post-Antiquity Era. Among the most important items are a Roman military diploma, clay masks, a curse tablet (love spell) and a glazed figurine vase.
The museum also seeks to cover thoroughly the life and work of St Severin who ran a monastery nearby in the Post-Antiquity Era and who was present during the turmoil surrounding the migration of the Roman population.
Not only this main collection but also the museum's location itself in the former baroque granary of Mautern Castle (known as the "Schüttkasten") create an authentic ambience. Immediately next to the museum you will find the best preserved Roman fortifications in Austria, including tower sections and sections of castle walls.
SEVERIN - Hero and Saint
Opening: Sunday, 18.03.2018, 17:00 hrs.
Museumsfrühling: Salben, Pasten, Öle
Saturday, 12th May 2018 from 10:00 am to 17:00 pm
Museumsfrühling: Gewebt, gefärbt, gesponnen
Sunday, 13th May 2018 from 10:00 am to 17:00 pm
Lange Nacht der Museen
Saturday, 6th October 2018 from 15:00 pm to 23:55 pm
Tel. +43 (2732) 81155 (Museum) or 83151 (Mautern Town Hall)
Museum Director: Dr. Katharina Kalser
18th March - 29th October 2018
Friday: 12pm - 16pm
Saturday - Sundays: 10am - 16pm
The museum is closed in winter from November to March. The museum can only be visited during this time by prior arrangement.
School groups including accompanying adults € 1 per Person
Adult group booking (up to 20 people) € 25, groups over 20 people, € 2 per additional adult
Duration: approximately 1 hour, for organisational reasons tours must be booked in advance on +43 (2732) 81155 or 83151 during office hours.)
Adults: € 3,10
Family Ticket (2 Adults + Children): € 5,20
Senior citizens, students, military or community service personnel and young people under 18: € 2,10
Groups (up to 15 people): € 2,10
Children (6 to 15 years old): € 1,10
Children under 6: free admission
Niederösterreich-CARD holders: free admission
As parking is limited in the Schlossgasse, please use the car park outside the Römerhalle.
The medieval St Margaret's Chapel (Margaretenkapelle) is home to the Museum's exhibtion "Civitas Mutarensis - Mautern in the Middle Ages and in the Early Modern Age".
St Margaret's Chapel can only be visited by prior arrangement with the town hall.