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.
This is the site of five reconstructed Iron Age burial mounds (450 BC), three of which unquestionably belonged to key figures. There is also a burial area created 100 years previously with 44 graves and a Roman sanctuary. A ‘cista’ and two ‘situlae’ were discovered in the elite graves. Bronze buckets used as funeral urns, these objects are part of the Gallo-Roman Museum’s collection of exceptional items.
3670 Meeuwen-Gruitrode (Wijshagen)
The burial mounds are open to the public. Information is provided by means of information panels and installations. A group visit with a guide is also an option.
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