The Roman fort Saalburg is located in Hesse, about two kilometers from the city of Bad Homburg.
It was part of the Roman border wall Limes and, thanks to its faithful reconstruction, provides an authentic experience.
Roman Fort Saalburg
At the Roman fort 1
61350 Bad Homburg
Phone: +49 (0)6175 9374-0
🕑 Opening hours:
March to October:
daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
November to February:
Tuesday to Sunday from 12 a.m. to 4 p.m.
🎟️ Admission fees:
adults: 7 €/reduced* 5 €
Children/teenagers (6-17 years): 3 €
Children under 6 years: free admission
Family ticket: 14 € (2 adults with children)
Owner family card Hessen: 10 €
Members of the Association: free admission
Dogs (on a leash): 1€
Adults: 5 €.
Children / teenagers and pupils: 2 €.
Children under 6 years: free admission free
* People with disabilities (registered companion free), pensioners, students, voluntary military service, participants in the Federal Voluntary Service as well as the Voluntary Social and Ecological Year, unemployment benefit II recipient - upon presentation of identification
** Valid for groups of 20 persons or more as well as groups with booked guided tour
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