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.
Dating back to the 2nd century AD, the six Roman burial mounds or tumuli are spread over three sites: Twee Tommen, Drie Tommen and Avernassetom. At the Twee Tommen site you will have the opportunity to discover the Gallo-Roman villa landscape, whereas the focus at Drie Tommen is on the archaeological discoveries excavated there in 1862. At the Avernassetom site you will learn more about Gallo-Roman burial rites and life after death.
These are protected monuments!
Twee Tommen: Twee Tombenweg Drie Tommen: Drie Tombenstraat Avernassetom: Tombeweg 3890 GingelomN.B.: the burial mounds cannot be reached by car. Parking facilities are available in Brouwerijstraat near Vorsen church.Opt to travel by:
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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