Römerstadt Carnuntum

Key facts at a glance

  • Audio guides, multimedia guides, listening stations
  • Barrier-free toilets
  • Barrier-free entrance
  • Barrier-free reception
  • Assistance dogs allowed
  • Reduced admission
  • for people with hearing impairment
  • for people with visual impairment
  • Easy or simple language
  • Inductive hearing system
  • Kulturpass: Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur
  • Tactile orientation aids
  • Partially accessible website
  • Partial special tours & offers
  • Rental of rollator/wheelchair


Main Street 1A
2404 Petronell-Carnuntum
Lower Austria
Open address in Google Maps
Mon-Sun 9:00-17:00
€ 11 for people with a disability card
free for assistant


Dr. Marion Grossmann
+43 2163/3377-0


The Roman city of Carnuntum includes the visible parts of the former Roman metropolis of Carnuntum. Unique in the world, a city district has been reconstructed in a fully functional manner at its original location. The highlight is a thermal bath complex that is heated all year round. The Carnuntinum Museum shows the highlights from 170 years of research history. In 2021, Carnuntum was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list as part of the Danube Limes.

Barrier-free accessibility

Entrance: barrier-free

Inside the building: Toilets, cloakrooms barrier-free, stair lift available in the Carnuntinum Museum, wheelchairs available for hire

In exhibitions: The area in the Roman quarter is partially wheelchair accessible, portable ramps are available in the reconstructions, tactile labels and models are available, induction loops are available

How content is conveyed

in Easy Language: Short guide

In sign language: Videos in temporary exhibitions

in Braille: All information boards in the area, short guides in Braille, tactile models

multimedia: Video station in the field

Inclusive guided tours and offers

Sensory mediation aids: Tactile models, tactile floor plans of Roman houses, tactile model of the district