This museum is good for anyone who is interested in Gallo-Roman history. You enter the museum foyer and go down into the lower levels to view the exhibits and return via a lift. The displays are very good, especially the mosaics, but even as an interested party I found the information a bit dry and by the lower level I was really ready to leave. It is also the first museum I have ever visited where the ceiling was leaking water close to the ancient exhibits. The exposed grey cement walls, dark spaces and this dripping water reminded me of a shopping centre car park. There is a small gift/book shop at the foyer, with nothing worth mentioning. After a visit to the amazing basilica up the hill, this space was a bit of a let-down.
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