Gallo-Roman museum site in Périgueux
Welcome to Vesunna Gallo-Roman site
Vesunna is the ancient Périgueux, it occupied on 60 hectares a meander of the right bank of the Isle.
The Vesunna Museum is a museum of art and Archaeology of Périgueux, the Gallo-Roman vestiges over which it was built are the subject of protection under historical monuments.
Highlighted by the daring architecture of Jean Nouvel, the Vesunna Museum is located in the heart of an ancient urban dwelling (Domus) which adjoins the tower of Vésone, a vestige of the temple which has become the symbol of the city. The ancient city as a whole is presented and jewels, ceramics or magnificent painted coatings testify to the daily life of the founders of Périgueux.
-Full Price: €6
-Reduced Rate: €4
-Family Price: €12
-Ambassador Card: 12/14 €
-Children-6 years, young people from Périgueux-26 years: Free
-Adult groups (20 pers): €5
-Audio-guide, guided Tour: Supplement €1.
Dates and Times
-October to March: Tuesday to Friday 9.30/12.30 and 1.30 pm/5pm
Saturday and Sunday 10am/12.30 and 14:30/18h
Closed Mondays, Public Holidays, 1st and 2nd week of January.
-April, May, June and September: Tuesday to Friday 9.30 am/5.30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public holidays: 10h/12.30 and 14.30/18h
Closed Mondays including public holidays.
-July and August: daily 10am/7pm.