The main section of the museum holds an exhibition on the religious, cultural, and social life of the Viennese Jews in the Middle Ages until their expulsion and death in 14.
Even today, the streets of the First District show where the encampment placed its walls and moats. Roman Vindobona was located in the outskirts of the empire and thus fell prey to the chaos of the Völkerwanderung.
There are some indications that a catastrophic fire occurred around the beginning of the 5th century.
The Romans created a military camp (occupied by Legio X Gemina) during the 1st century on the site of the city centre of present-day Vienna.
The settlement was raised to the status of a municipium in 212.
Museum Judenplatz is a new annex of Vienna’s Jewish Museum.