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.
Five burial mounds were still preserved in the woods of the hamlet of Molhem. They date back to the Iron Age (800 – 500 BC). They were part of a vast burial field. Follow the footpath and learn all about the way people lived in the early Iron Age in a playful and interactive way.
Coming by bike? The burial mounds are located between:
– junctions 248 and 207;
– the central connection Peer and node 207 of the Cycle Route Network Limburg.
The burial mounds are freely accessible. You get information via info panels and child-friendly installations. A guided group visit is also possible.
Tourist Information Peer
Markt 3 (2)
+ 32 11 61 16 02
+ 32 11 61 16 05