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Duplicate of "Palais des Archeveques" (Archbishop's Palace)

Housed in the Archbishop's Palace is a museum complex. There is a new and an old part. Go down in... read more

Reviewed September 29, 2018
on_the_go_98765
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Local artifacts and some notes in English

Visit as part of the Pass for historic sites, some interesting pieces. All of Narbonne's Roman... read more

Reviewed May 16, 2018
LesAnglais19
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Brive-la-Gaillarde, France
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| Palais des Archeveques, Place de l'Hotel de Ville, 11100, Narbonne, France
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Reviewed September 29, 2018

Housed in the Archbishop's Palace is a museum complex. There is a new and an old part. Go down in the dungeon level for the Roman and pre-history pieces. The artwork is mostly housed in the New part. Still, its all the same museum (according...More

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Reviewed May 16, 2018

Visit as part of the Pass for historic sites, some interesting pieces. All of Narbonne's Roman history can be 'done' in a day.

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Reviewed January 1, 2018

Having read the reviews on here, I had to check that this was the museum I actually visited. Yes, it was. I can only relate my experience and that was virtually nothing in English. No leaflet, no guidebook, and very few descriptions in English. German...More

1  Thank dave s
Reviewed December 10, 2017

Established in 118BC, Narbonne (then called Narbo Martius) became the first Roman colony in Gaul. It was located along the Via Domitia, the Roman road between Rome and the Iberian peninsula. It was an important provincial capital of the Roman Empire. Later, about 14AD, the...More

Thank Craig M
Reviewed September 9, 2017

The museum is in the Archbishops Palace next to the main square. For 6€ you can visit this and several other museums close by, or for 10€ you can add in several more. Tickets are valid for one visit to each site for up to...More

Thank Daisyh14
Reviewed August 2, 2017

This museum offers two aspects - the old building it is set in and the collections themselves. It is part of the 6 euro Palace pass and the 10 euro Monuments pass. There is one especially interesting room in the museum and the range of...More

Thank David F
Reviewed February 17, 2017

Being an important Roman town on the Via Domitia there have been a lot of remains to excavate, and many of them have been restored and transferred to the museum. The Roman paintings are of particular interest and some of the best outside Pompeii. There...More

1  Thank GirdleTheEarth
Reviewed August 3, 2016 via mobile

Lots of Roman and prehistoric artefacts to see The recovered mosaics and wall artworks were amazingly preserved and displayed All the displays had English translations The lady on the front desk introduced us to the offer of 7 sites to visit in the city. €4...More

Thank FatWelshBird
Reviewed July 26, 2016 via mobile

The museum displays some of the greatest mosaics and wall paintings of the Roman period. The quality of these pieces easily compares with what you would see in Rome, Naples, or Pompeii. An absolute must, considering entry is a mere 4€.

2  Thank samsam2424
Reviewed December 1, 2015

You can see the rests of the archbishop’s palace and an interesting archaeological museum. It is probably the second best collection of Roman paintings outside Pompeii. There is also an extensive collection of Roman pottery, including some hundreds fragments of Samian Ware.

1  Thank SergioLionheart
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