Created in 1975, this "Musée de France" is housed in a former wine house. In its large vaulted cellars, it houses archaeological collections, some of which are the result of excavations at the Gallo-Roman site of Les Bolards, as well as remarkable Merovingian furniture. On the first floor, the temporary exhibition evokes an aspect of the regional heritage.
Open from 2 May to 31 October.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10am-12pm / 2pm-6pm. Saturday and Sunday: 2-6pm.
Subject to change in line with government health crisis management measures. In compliance with health regulations.