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“Human nature is fond of travel and desirous of the new.”

The Roman writer, Pliny the Elder, made this claim as long ago as the first century CE. In fact, curiosity provides an incentive to explore the world, and also the past.
The Museum Mansio Sebatum is the first museum in South Tyrol entirely dedicated to the Roman period in the region.
You are invited, together with your school classes, to take a wander through the history of settlement in the Pustertal Valley area: over the three floors you can travel back into the past, and in particular to the time around the 1st century CE, when the Roman rest station of Mansio Sebatum developed in the lively market town. The finds that can be discovered in the museum bear witness to this. Multimedia and interactive installations facilitate access to the world of 2000 years ago.

Combine your visit to the Mansio Sebatum Museum with a leisurely circular hike in charming scenery and discover living history along the archaeological panoramic trail. You will find traces of the Bronze and Iron and the Roman period there. Presentation boards explain the excavation sites. There are also rest areas where you can stop for a while.
The Mansio Sebatum Museum offers age-appropriate guided tours for school classes.



We provide free study materials to provide more in-depth information. The documents will help pupils to repeat what they have learned in their lessons and assimilate more in-depth information.


Important information

Price incl. guided tour € 3.00 or € 4.00 per person; teaching staff free
Booking is essential.