Located at the eastern entrance to the city and along the Robine canal, the Narbo Via museum lets you discover the riches of the ancient city of Narbo Martius, the first Roman colony founded in Gaul in 118 BC. With a collection of more than 7 pieces, this new museum offers an exhibition trail covering 000m3200, including mural paintings as well as an exceptional set of 2 fragments of funerary monuments spread over an animated wall unique in Europe.
Narbo Via is also an institution dedicated to research. As such, it has a restoration workshop, a study room for the collections as well as for the archaeological furniture, a documentation room and an auditorium with nearly 200 seats which can accommodate conferences. and colloquia.
Its gardens, with its open-air shows, its bookshop-boutique and its future restaurant complete the vocation of this living space open to the city.

Spoken languages

  • German
  • English
  • Arab
  • catalan
  • Spanish
  • Italy



  • Young audience


From May 02 to September 30
Tuesday Open from 10h to 19h
Wednesday Open from 10h to 19h
Thursday Open from 10h to 19h
Friday Open from 10h to 19h
Saturday Open from 10h to 19h
Sunday Open from 10h to 19h
From 01 October to 24 December
Tuesday Open from 11h to 18h
Wednesday Open from 11h to 18h
Thursday Open from 11h to 18h
Friday Open from 11h to 18h
Saturday Open from 11h to 18h
Sunday Open from 11h to 18h


Full price 8 €
Full price 10 €
Full price 12 €
Full price 14 €
Adult group rate 6 €
Adult group rate 12 €
Child rate
Student rate

Payment method

  • Credit card
  • French bank and postal checks
  • Cash
  • Eurocard-Mastercard
  • Paypal
  • Transfers
  • Visa

Equipments and Services


  • Auditorium
  • Screening Room
  • Equipped meeting room


  • Library
  • Shop

Activities on site

  • Specific thematic animation
  • Workshop for adults
  • Children's workshop
  • symposia
  • Conferences
  • Temporary exhibitions

Reduced mobility

  • Disabled access: yes