Practical Information

Opening time

Open every day

Du 1 sept. au 4 nov : 10 am > 7 pm
April – May- June : 10 am > 7 pm
Juillet – Août : 10 am > 8 pm

Open every day EXCEPT TUESDAYS
5 Nov. to 31 March : 10 am > 6 pm

Closed on 25 December and 1 January

Last entry one hour before the closing time 

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Visit to the Musée de la Romanité

Permanent displays et the exhibition ‘Gladiators, Heroes of Coliseum’

Entry: 8€
Reduced rate (conditions apply) : 6€
7-17-years olds : 3€
Free for children less than 7
Family pass: 19€
(2 adults and 2 children 7-17 years olds) 
Single ticket – Valid for the whole day

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Guided visit

A journey in Time
Entry to the museum included

Full rate: €12
Reduced rate: €9
7-17 year-olds: €6
Price of the visit for persons with free entry: €3
Family pass: €30  
(2 adults and 2 children 7-17 years old)
Free for children less than 7

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Dates of guided visits: 

the visit takes 1 hour 30 minutes (french)

August 2018:
Wednesday – Thursday – Friday:
3 pm – 4.45 pm
Saturday and Sunday:
11 am – 3 pm – 4.45 pm

Pass Musée

Pass ‘Romanité’

1 entry to the Musée de la Romanité + Arena + Maison Carrée + Tour Magne 

Full rate : 17€
Reduced rate: 13€
7-17 year-olds: 11€
Family pass: 54€
(2 adults and 2 children 7-17 years olds)

Tickets are valid for 3 days from the date of purchase.

Pass ‘Musées de Nîmes’

1 entry to the Musée de la Romanité + Carré d’Art Musée + Musée des Beaux-Arts + Musée d’Histoire naturelle + Musée du Vieux Nîmes + Musée des Cultures Taurines.

Full rate : 17€

Tickets are valid for 3 days from the date of purchase

Tickets are available at the ticket desk in the museum and at partner sites.

The museum pass

An unlimited historical experience for a whole year!

Unlimited free access for 1 year
(from the date of issue)
to permanent and temporary exhibitions

Fast track entry
(without going to the ticket counter)

Reduced prices for guided visits

5% reduction on all purchase in the boutique-bookshops.

GeT MUSeum pass 

A Pass to suit you :

  • Jupiter Pass: 30 €

    Annual pass for one person.

  • Vénus Pass: 50 €

    Annual pass for you and the person of your choice, who benefits from the same advantages.

You can book your Pass online.
It will be issued at the ticket points.

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  • Visioguide – 4 languages


  • Group rates

    See the section ‘You are a group’ 

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Prices conditions

Reduced rate

  • Students 
  • Jobseekers
  • Groups of 20 or more


Gratuit pour tous

The first Sunday of the month
from September to June

For the Heritage Days weekend

Free entry

  • Children less than 7 (NOTE: free for independent visits and guided visits)
  • Persons on welfare 
  • Disabled persons + 1 accompanying person (+free audioguide as a support for accessibility)
  • National lecturers or national, regional and local guide-interpreters or auxiliaries, curators
  • ICOM (International Council of Museums) 
  • Ministry of Culture card
  • Journalists (Pre-reservation period of a minimum of 7 days arranged with the communication department)  



Musée de la Romanité

16 Boulevard des Arènes
30000 Nîmes

• By car:
autoroute A9 or A54  exit Nîmes centre, follow ‘centre-ville’.
Parking: Park and ride from A54 (Caissargues) and then the Trambus, or parking in the city at ‘Parking Arènes’

• Trambus : Line 1 –Arènes stop (12 minutes from the A54 park and ride facility)

• Train : TGV station 5 minutes on foot

• Air :  Nîmes- Garons Airport

Visit information and advice

Estimated duration of the visit: one and a half hours
No animals (except for guide dogs)
Pushchairs welcome
WC: toilets are available within the museum areas and are accessible for people with limited mobility.
Cloakroom: maximum size: cabin baggage
Photographs without flash are allowed


The Musée de la Romanité is particularly attentive to the well-being of disabled persons who wish to visit the museum.

Entry and guided visit are free of charge with one accompanying person (guide dogs accepted)
The museum is 100% accessible, both inside and outside, in the garden and on the rooftop terrace.
Toilets and lifts are accessible to persons with limited mobility.

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