The starting point is the Reception and Information Center (№1) where visitors buy tickets and are presented with general information for the site. The itinerary starts with visiting the archeological exhibition of Abritus Museum (№ 2) that chronologically displays significant artifacts from the archeological past of our region. Visitors pass through the open lapidarium to the north of the Museum and through the northern gate (№ 8) and enter the newly-arranged lapidarium (№ 9) that displays original architectural motifs and epigraphic monuments. Then the itinerary leads to an area with game elements (№ 14).
Moving to the south visitors reach the exhibited archeological sites – building VII – the building with the peristyle yard (№ 16), building X (№ 19) and building VIII (№ 17). The overlook point at (№ 15) the northern part of the sites provides a view to these buildings. Then the itinerary leads visitors to the separate sites where they have the chance to successively see the large building with the peristyle yard, shops and storage places, building X – which in different time periods performed different functions – bathing premises, basilica, etc. Then an alley to the east leads visitors to the early medieval complex (№ 18) which comprises of a large and a small early medieval basilicas and other remains from Late Antiquity. Then visitors again take the alley to return to the peristyle building and examine building VIII to the east – a large Late Antiquity building which formerly had two storeys (№ 17).
Visitors then move to the interactive museum (№ 14). It is thematically connected with Abritus archeological reserve and life in the ancient Roman city. The visit begins with the interactive exhibition and passes through twelve halls with animation and multimedia presentations. There is a special elevator to the second floor for people with disabilities.