Oiasso Roman Museum
Through a range of objects, the museum offers an idea of life in the old Roman city of Oiasso.
The Oiasso Museum is located in Irún, 21 kilometres from San Sebastián-Donostia, and is an essential destination for an understanding of the impact of the Roman world on the society of this area in northern Spain. Its three rooms contain numerous archaeological remains found in and around the old city of Oiasso, today's Irún. The visit offers an idea of daily life, food and customs during the first and second centuries A.D. through a range of everyday objects, as well as a collection of work tools, many of them related with fishing and mining.
Among the items on display are tableware, such as the famous terra sigillata ; a collection of hooks; needles, shuttles and lead weights for fishing nets; footwear and fabrics; ornaments and jewellery; combs; nails, anvils and files; mining picks and lamps; statues dedicated to the classical gods; the old public baths and a necropolis, located in the shrine of Santa Elena.
- Fra 01 sep til 31 mar
Fra Tirsdag til Torsdag
SøndagFra 10:00 til 14:00
- Fra 10:00 til 14:00 Fra 16:00 til 19:00
- Fra 01 apr til 31 aug
Fra Tirsdag til LørdagFra 10:00 til 20:00
- Fra 10:00 til 14:00
- Generelt: 6€
- Redusert: 3,70€
- Medlem av ICOM og foreninger: Gratis inngang
- Barn: Gratis inngang