The historical theme park of Azaum Roman Military Camp is the part of the international thematic tourist route called “Romans along the River Danube”. The visitors can enter to the site through the gate of the Roman encampment guarded by a tower. The craftsmen (potters, weavers, wood and stone carvers, tanners etc.) working on the spot introduces their crafts and arts and the milieu of the Roman era. The Legio Brigetio Roman re-enactment group is also stationing in the encampment.
The remnants of the Late-Roman Fortlet Exhibition, which is one of the most intact Roman era ruins of ancient Pannonia, were unearthed during the construction works of a private property at the Horány river crossing point in Dunakeszi, Hungary in 2002.