Corriovallum Roman bathhouse

Corriovallum Roman bathhouse

Corriovallum Roman bathhouse


Roman Thermae complex

Heerlen - In 1940 a Roman colon was discovered in Corriovallum, the old Roman name for the city of Heerlen in the southern part of the Netherlands. Today, the Thermenmuseum in Heerlen contains the remnants of a gigantic Roman bathhouse. It is the Netherlands' best preserved Roman building and 2000 years old.

In 1977 a museum has been built over the Thermae complex. The Thermenmuseum also houses other Roman finds from the area.

Roman Mikado game
Roman Mikado game

Roman Mikado

Can you grab a wooden ball without moving the others?

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    Adress and visitor information

    Corriovallum Roman bathhouse

    Address: Coriovallumstraat 9
    Postal code and City: 6411 CA  Heerlen
    Region: Zuid-Limburg
    Province/Region: Limburg
    Phone: +31 (0)45 560 5100
    Web: Thermenmuseum

    Visit: An average visits takes approx. 2,5 hours.
    Please contact your destination for pricing and availability.

    Let op: The locations on the map are indicational. It is not always the entrance, parking lot or best route. The map shows up to 8 locations in the area. Want to see all locations? Check our Hotspot map or use the Search option on this website.



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