The Roman Museum in Vallon preserves ther precious, archaeological findings and shows them in a permanent exhibition as well as during special exhibitions. The visitors and in particular the children can discover the world of the Ancient Romans in various interactive workshops.
How did the Ancient Romans live? In Vallon you have the opportunity to discover their dwellings with wall paintings or mosaics, their games, the taste of bread made in a wood-burning oven and the cheese with herbs, the cooking and the ingredients.
Questions and puzzles, hidden persons and answers to tick: the best will win !
Create wall paintings with the Roman fresco technique.
A stone cut into pieces and then the pieces are put together.
The games of the ancient Romans
Games for children and adults: games of skills and board games.
Roman bread baking
Ground wheat, make dough, bake bread and enjoy
Discover the ingredients of the Roman kitchen with a playful approach and learn how to recognize the Roman food, prepare a afternoon snack in the Roman culinary tradition and enjoy it
All workshops last approx. 2,5 hours and are intended for children from 7 years on. Prices: depending on the type of workshop range between CHF 170.- and 200.- for a group of max. 25 persons. The workshops take place in all weathers (except in the case of the bread baking workshop). Children will get a snack for free.