The Viehmarkt-Thermen have been found when they build the underground-parking in 1985. And when the museum-people finished their "sandbox-games" they wanted to conserve their work. So poor city-government take a big credit to construct the glass-box for more then 20 Million Deutsche Mark (10 Million EURO) by famous architect Professor Unger.
Inhabitants of Trier give the building the name "Ungers-vitrine".
You can see everything through the big windows. So save your money instead of expensive entrance-fee and take a good lunch in one of the restaurants only some footsteps away on Viehmarkt-place (nice in summertimes) ore around the next street-corner in Neustrasse.
Tip: visit the Handwerker-Brunnen which is only 100 m away.
It was a gift from all craftmen for the town for 2.000 years-birthday in 1984.
Give you enough time to view the lots of details of the fountain!!!
Believe me: I'm inhabitant and every time I take a look on the fountain I can find details I've not seen before.!
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