Once a year we don't travel to the Romans, but exceptionally to the era in which the Saalburg was rebuilt. At the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, archeology as a discipline was still in its infancy and more and more people were interested in the Roman buildings on the Saalburg Pass.
Immerse yourself in this exciting era with the performers from Museumstheater Hessenpark and Facing the Past and experience the different perspectives on reconstruction live and on site. During the drama tours, learn amusing anecdotes about high society visits to the excavations, which instruments were used to survey the site, or what impact the large construction site had on the lives of people in the area.
Throughout the day, short performances take place in the mobile paper theater and round off the program for the whole family.