Le jardin d'Hortus

A garden of Roman

The Hortus, a garden of Roman inspiration was built in front of the museum in the shape of  a hippodrome over more than 5000m2. It mixes Roman civilisation, paedagogy and games.



Departemental Museum of Acient Arles

Due to its permanent collection and its large exhibitions, the Departmental Museum of Ancient Arles has become a must-see for all those interested in archaeology, art and history. Don't miss out on the mosaics, sarcophagi, magnificent statues and objects depicting daily roman life..

It is in a contemporary building, built by Henri Ciriani on the remains of the Roman circus, that the Departmental Museum of Ancient Arles displays Arles' archaeological collections (objects for everyday life, architectural pieces, mosaics, sarcophagi, maquettes…). This is a must-see to better understand the development of the Roman city.

For more information, visit : www.arles-antique.cg13.fr

For more informations:

Daily from 10 :00 to 18 :00 except Tuesday Closed : 1 January, 1 May, 1 November and 25 December

Regular : 8 €
Reduced : 5 €
Free admission every first Sunday of the month
Free admission children - 18 :

: Groups and school groups
Booking required by phone : 04 13 31 51 48

:: Access from downtown
Vehicles: "Musée départemental Arles antique" direction (free parking)
Pedestrians: "Cirque Romain - IRPA" route (20 minutes from the Place du Forum)
>> download the map

:: Adress
Musée départemental Arles antique
Presqu'île-du-cirque-romain BP 205 - 13635 Arles cedex
Tél. : 04 13 31 51 03
Fax : 04 13 31 51 37
>> info.mdaa@cg13.fr
>> www.arles-antique.cg13.fr

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