Building sections excavated on the site of the museum in the southern half of the Military Town are exhibited in the Military Town Museum.
In the garden of the house at 65 Pacsirtamező Street and in the ‘in situ’ exhibition space under the house, parts of two houses from the 2nd-3rd centuries have been preserved. Building no. I was probably an inn. Its bath suite had underfloor heating (hypocaust), as well as hot and cold water baths. A section of the paved courtyard can also be seen. Fragments of a wall painting with a hunting scene came to light in the room next to the bath suite.
The paved courtyard connected the inn with the adjacent dwelling house no. II. Its rooms – the central courtyard of the house, and the apsidal pool and two heated rooms opening from here – can be seen in the eastern part of the museum and in the garden.
In the garden of the exhibition space, 4th-century burials and sarcophagi found on the site can be seen.
The Military Town Museum is currently closed to visitors.