The National Archaeology Museum preserves, studies and exhibits objects from the Paleolithic to the Early Middle Ages and includes a collection dedicated to comparative archaeology.
You are a visitor, alone, in pairs or with your family, a teacher, a leisure center leader, a professional in the social field, a person with a disability :
The MAN offers a variety of cultural and educational activities: lecture tours, workshop tours, exploration tours, storytelling tours...
The lecture tours, in French or in English (on request), are intended for both the informed and the uninitiated. They are given by lecturers from the Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais.
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Following the closure of the Roman Gaul, Early Medieval and Comparative Archaeology rooms, only the collections from the Paleolithic to Celtic Gaul are accessible to visitors.
Our guided tours and workshops
Read about our program in our AGENDA
Informations can be obtained from the Cultural Development and Public Services Department at 01 34 51 65 36, Monday to Friday, 9am to 12.30pm - email@example.com