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Lapidaire Museum (Musee Lapidaire)

Narbonne, France
+33 4 68 65 53 58
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This very large collection or pieces of Roman ruins could be so much more. The building is dusty... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sydney, Australia

It was interesting to wander around the old church and look at all of the recovered and found... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2016
Newton Le Willows, United Kingdom
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Narbonne, France
+33 4 68 65 53 58
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This very large collection or pieces of Roman ruins could be so much more. The building is dusty and the signage dated.

Thank Debbie_in_Sydney
Reviewed August 20, 2016

It was interesting to wander around the old church and look at all of the recovered and found stones from ancient sites. The lack of information allowed the mind to fill in the gaps and imagine the story behind the stones.

Thank ShuttleTydirium
Reviewed August 5, 2016 via mobile

There was no guide, no specially indicated pieces Basically, just a piled up load of stones I understand that there are a lot of Roman artefacts in Narbonne but they could have highlighted certain interesting pieces instead you just have to aimlessly wander through columns...More

Thank FatWelshBird
Reviewed July 26, 2016 via mobile

The museum displays a massive number of Roman tombstones and a few medieval sarcophagi. The layout of the materials exhibited is rather unusual and not at all as one would expect. There are info-tags. However, this helped creating a fascinating atmosphere, which was enhanced by...More

Thank samsam2424
Reviewed July 6, 2016

It might not be the most modern, well organized museum, but you get to touch and feel them and wonder what these ancient Romans were like. Unbelievable amount of headstones, coffins and history of the 1st century BC!!

Thank lovevacations64
Reviewed December 16, 2015

A very rich collection. The second behind that of Rome. We remind that Narbone has been the capital of the Roman province which covers the South of France. Statues, tombstone, stones with relieves abd inscriptions. More of 2000 pieces at your disposal

Thank Ginette V
Reviewed November 30, 2015

In this museum the time appears to have stopped centuries ago, it is a good example of a typical museum of the Romanticism. At the same time you can enjoy with the sight of the naked church. The collection consists of hundreds of Roman stones...More

1  Thank SergioLionheart
Reviewed November 21, 2015

Maybe "Worth a Visit" doesn't sound enticing, but I hesitate because it's not at all what I expected or what I've ever seen before. It's in a very ild, solid church that is absolutely empty but for these large, chiselled stones. But, I really enjoyed...More

Thank Irene G
Reviewed October 16, 2015

This museum is currently in temporary premises in a disused church and at present comprises only stacks of Roman headstones neatly arranged in rows. It is nonetheless fascinating. It is shortly to be relocated to new premises with 'interpretation'.

Thank frank_kirwan
Reviewed September 22, 2015

I am sure if you are really into Roman history and remains it would be fascinating, but generally not a must do. The deconsecrated gothic church it is housed in was actually more interesting to me! Look up and see how demented the arch closest...More

Thank janecoad
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