Planning a visit to the Gallo-Roman Museum? Your best bet is to book your ticket in advance. That way you are guaranteed a visit to the museum and we are spared the task of disappointing you at the ticket desk.
Our collection has tens of thousands of items. We are increasingly showing them online, on various websites and platforms. The choice is yours.
On our collection site, Exploratorium, you will find the registration data and images of more than 6,000 objects from our collection. About 2,400 of them are currently on display in our permanent exhibition. You can zoom in on the photos and see even the smallest details. We also provide more information about our most important and interesting objects, more than 150 masterpieces. How was the object used, for what, when, and by whom?
Information cards show where the object was made and where it was discovered.
Exploratorium is for anyone with an interest, great or small, in the distant past.
The Art in Flanders image bank contains high-quality photos of masterpieces from the collections of Flemish museums and other heritage institutions. Our collection is also represented there. Art lovers can download all photos from the image library for free for non-commercial use. The images may also be freely used for classwork, a thesis or teaching material. Professional users can order high resolution images.
Erfgoedplus contains objects from heritage collections that are held in Limburg or Flemish Brabant. You will also find nearly 10,000 objects from the Gallo-Roman Museum collection. Countless objects from our collections are also included in Erfgoedplus. The information has not been edited for a wide audience. The data comes directly from our collection database.
The European Collections portal site provides access to the collections of thousands of European museums, libraries, and archives. You will find more than 4,000 objects from our collection.
The goal of the international Wikimedia Foundation is to disseminate as much free knowledge as possible worldwide through various interconnected websites, the best known being Wikipedia. On Wikimedia Commons, an immense collection of media files, we offer photos of our most important and exciting objects. Many of those images illustrate associated Wikipedia articles. The corresponding object data can be found in the open database Wikidata. The online community can provide additions or translations as desired. The images and data may be used free of charge.
In the international collaborative project Nomisma, coins are described in a uniform manner and made available online as open data. Anyone is free to download and use the data and images. On Online Coins of the Roman Empire (OCRE), we show more than a thousand coins from our collection from the Roman imperial era. On Coinage of the Roman Republic Online (CRRO), you will find a small number of our coins from the Roman republican era. In addition to basic numismatic data, we also show a high-quality photo of the obverse and reverse of each coin. For each coin type, a handy map shows the known locations as well as the location of the site where the coins were minted.