Archeological Museum of Saint-Raphaël

      Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur

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The museum is located in the old town, in a building registered in the list of the historical monuments.

The museum will allow you to:
- Discover the history of the crypt in the Roman church (medieval archeology department)
- Dive on ancient shipwrecks loaded with amphorae (of underwater archeology department)
- Explore the world of the Stone Age (Prehistoric archeology department)

Enjoy from the top of the fortified tower the panoramic views of the sea and of the Esterel.

Rue des Templiers
83700 Saint-Raphael

To reach Saint-Raphaël, take the highway A8, the "Autoroute du soleil".
Exit at Puget-sur-Argens / Frejus (exit 37) or Frejus Centre / Saint-Raphaël (exit 38) then take the direction of Saint-Raphaël.

N 43°25'00'' E 06°46'00''

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Plan 2 hours to visit the museum and the Roman church.

The museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 09:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 18:00.
It is closed on Mondays, Sundays and holidays.

Disclaimer : The management team of the destination has the possibility to change the opening days and hours without prior communication.

In addition of the permanent and temporary exhibitions done in the museum, concerts and theatrical performances are played in his place.

2500 objects in the 800m² museum will immerse you in the history of the region.

The museum offers educational tools for school groups.
Thus, a room is reserved with tables, benches and multimedia tools as briefcases and a tank excavation that are able to explain some aspects of the lives of our prehistoric and medieval ancestors.

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