The Romans – architecture connoisseurs as they were – would be impressed by the Musée de la Romanité in Nîmes, designed to look like it's wrapped in a toga. They would also admire the fact we managed to look after their treasures and trinkets for so long. As many as 5,000 of them, dating from as far back as 700 BC, are on display in this state-of-...
- * Skip-the-line admission to the Musée de la Romanité (permanent collections & current temporary exhibition)
- * Audio guide (VISIOguide available on-site for a small fee in French, English, German, Italian, and Spanish)
- * Guided tour (can be booked through the museum website, 90 minutes, French only)
- * Lockers available on-site for bags up to cabin luggage size * Free entrance for kids under 7 and disabled visitors (tickets on-site) * Reduced tickets available on-site for kids aged 7-17, students, families (2+2), and job-seekers with ID / certificate
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