Théo Desplans Museum VAISON-LA-ROMAINE

This museum presents most of the sculptures found on the archaeological sites of Vaison. The 'Billet Pass' (ticket) enables visitors entry to the museum as well as the ancient site of Puymin, where the museum is located.

The museum offers an interesting insight into daily life in the Gallo-Roman era: where people lived, their religions, crafts, how they washed, the tools they used etc. The Voconces, a Celtic tribe, vanquished by the Romans during the 2nd century BC, became the Gallo-Roman peoples in the capital of Vasio. They have left behind countless vestiges of their existence, here on one of the most prestigious sites from Roman era in Provence.

Children can follow in the footsteps of young Lucius on a great mystery trail, and, together as a family, discover the riches and treasures of the archaeological site of Puymin and the museum. A fun booklet is also available free of charge at the museum for children between 6 and 12 years old.
Guided visits or self-guided visits with audioguides (including French, English, German, Dutch, and special commentary for the younger audiences) available.

Free for children under 10. Group ticket for several monuments (minimum 15 people).

Adress / Contact

Dans le site antique de Puymin
84110  Vaison-la-Romaine
See phone number(s)
T. 04 90 36 50 48
contact by phone


Longitude: 5.074277
Latitude: 44.242893

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