Vesunna Vesunna Vesunna


Gallo-Roman museum in Périgueux

Welcome to Vesunna Gallo-Roman site

Vesunna is the ancient city of Périgueux, occupying a 60-hectare meander on the right bank of the Isle river.

The Vesunna Museum is a museum of art and archaeology in Périgueux. The Gallo-Roman remains on which it was built are protected as historic monuments.
Enhanced by Jean Nouvel's bold architecture, the Vesunna museum is set in the heart of an ancient urban residence (domus), next to the Vesunna tower, remnants of the temple that became the symbol of the city. The entire ancient city is on display, and jewelry, ceramics and magnificent painted plasterwork bear witness to the daily lives of Périgueux's founders.


Pricing details

- full price: €6
- reduced rate : 4€
- family rate: €12
- carte ambassadeur: €12/14
- children under 6, young people from Périgueux under 26: free of charge
- adult groups (20 pers): €5
- audio-guide, guided tour: supplement €1.

Dates and times

- October to March: Tuesday to Friday 9:30 a.m./12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m./5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 10h/12h30 and 14h30/18h
Closed Mondays, public holidays, 1st and 2nd week of January.
- April, May, June and September: Tuesday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 10am/12.30pm and 2.30pm/6pm
Closed Mondays including public holidays.
- July and August: daily 10am-7pm.

Spoken languages



Parc de Vésone 20 rue du 26ème Régiment d'Infanterie 24000 perigueux, France


White Périgord

Contact the owner

    Your name (required)

    Your email (required)

    Your phone


    Your message

    What's nearby?