When you first walk in, you think it's free, then the poor ticket taker has to bang on the glass with a ruler to get your attention. Nice collection for the price. I liked it.
My understanding is that the exhibits are primarily an overflow of the larger and/or lesser antiquaries from the Musee Calvert - exhibits are housed in a deconsecrated 17C church and the collection appears more of a display, rather than a museum (all the info is in French and some of the displays are rather dusty). Exhibits include lots of funerary... 更多
This was our 3rd visit to this small museum which is housed in an old church. The Greek vases are really special! Also a display of Roman glass, Hard to believe that such fine glass could have survived at least 2000 years. It is not a very big museum but well worth the entry fee which is something like €2.... 更多
This redundant chapel contains quite an interesting collection of archaeological artefacts, mostly Greek and Roman sculptures, which are displayed within the nave of the chapel. Ok if you are interested in this type of history.
This museum on the main street of Avignon is in a church built in the 1600's. It is a remarkable collection of Roman artifacts dating to the 4th century BC. It is a large collection that is in remarkable condition. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Would have given it 5 stars if the collection was bigger. But what is there is... 更多
Despite the obvious local Roman connection, alot of these objects didn't seem to be related to the area. Mostly funerary items and so rather morbid.
Small museum of ancient Greek and Roman art housed in a beautiful building in the heart of the commercial district of the city. Unfortunately there were only descriptions in French on the exhibits at the moment.
Small museum housed in a former Jesuit seminary building in the centre of Avignon. Good collection of funerary stonework, Roman... 更多