Guided tour

On the outskirts of Echternach lies one of the largest and richest estates in the north-western provinces of the Roman Empire. The manor house, which was completely excavated during archaeological digs, resembles a real palace, with its foundations, cellars and ornamental basins preserved. Today, this museum site features over 70 medicinal and ornamental plants in a Roman garden. An information centre provides a clear and vivid picture of daily life in this manor house in Roman times.