The archaeological collection is presented after the monumental and archaeological research then the restoration process of 1963 at the rear part of the Tuscan-columned Fabricius House. The exhibition presents the history of Sopron and its region from the Neolithic age to the 16th century. Habits, culture just as well everyday life of the Illyrians, Celts, Romans, conquering Hungarians and the medieval Sopron is demonstrated by a rich collection of findings. Also to be seen here is a world famous finding from the early Iron Age – the Sun Disk. It is worth visiting the Illyrians’ sepulchral urns decorated with black runic scripts, the firedogs, as well as the Celts’ coins and jewels. The amber jewels, the gold and silver objects of everyday use demonstrate the unbelievable richness of the Roman period. The most valuable piece of the migration period is the Cunpald Goblet, with its estimated age of 1200 years.
The archaeological exhibition and the Roman Lapidary can be visited with one ticket.
January-December: Tuesday-Sunday: 10.00-18.00
On Mondays the exhibition is closed.