Visitor information

Entrance area temple district, © APC

Opening Times

March to November
Tuesday to Sunday
10 am – 5 pm


Archäologischer Park Cambodunum
Cambodunumweg 3 (temple district entrance)
Merktstraße 1 (small thermal baths entrance)
87437 Kempten (Allgäu)


  • Temple district ticket office:
    0831/2525-1716 (Tue–Sun)
  • Small thermal baths ticket office:
    0831/2525–1717 (Tue–Sun)
  • Booking service for all tours
    0831/2525–7777 (Mon–Fri)
  • Email:

Admission Fees

Adults €5
Children and teenagers up to the age of 17, school and university students Free admission
Reduced admission * €2.50
Groups of 10 people or more €2.50 per person
1st Sunday of the month Free admission

* for people with severe disabilities, the unemployed, current recipients of cost-of-living assistance or basic income support, and youth groups (members up to the age of 25) with state-accredited youth group leaders. Proof of eligibility must be provided.

Entrance tickets are available at the temple district (entrance Cambodunumweg 3) and at the small thermal baths (Merktstraße 1).

Tickets and souvenirs from Cambodunum

At the ticket office and museum shop at the temple district entrance you can purchase entrance tickets, archaeological literature, reproductions of original Roman finds from Cambodunum, and a number of lovingly selected souvenirs for Roman fans both young and old. This is also the starting point for tours

Main cash desk at the Temple District © APC, Karl Jena

Online tickets

You can also plan your museum visit in advance and purchase your tickets online. Please pick up your entrance ticket(s) at the temple district ticket office (Cambodunumweg 3).

Link to the ➜ ticket office website

“Taberna” museum café

Relaxation and refreshments

Our café offers everything you need so you can relax and allow the impressions of your visit to the museum to soak in: cold and hot drinks, cakes, ice cream, and a small selection of Roman dishes and hot and cold snacks. Parents can keep an eye on their children in the adjacent playground.

Table in the garden of the taberna, covered with apple pie and cup of coffeeTaberna garden café © APC, Roger Mayrock

Roman Playground

Fun, games, and a refreshing splash

Splash in the water, hold jumping contests on the trampoline, or climb the Benefactors Station … at the Roman Playground there’s something for children of all ages!

The playground can also be visited without a ticket to the archaeological park. It is located at the entrance area at Cambodunumweg 3.

Roman playground, adjacent to the Taberna, © APC, Geiger-Waltner

Getting there

Kempten’s central location in the heart of the Allgäu region makes it easy to reach, regardless of whether you intend to arrive by car, train, or plane.

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