About Arles Archaeological Museum
The Arles Archaeological Museum, known as Musée de l’Arles et de la Provence Antique, displays an array of artefacts from archaeological sites in Arles and in the surrounding region.
From prehistoric funereal pieces to Roman statues and mosaics from the nearby sites such as the Arles Roman Theatre, the Arles Archaeological Museum is a good place to gain an overview of the town’s history. A visit can be done chronologically or by theme and guided tours are available every Sunday at 3pm (July-August daily).
Arles Amphitheatre is a brilliantly preserved, UNESCO listed Roman built sports arena still in use today.
St-Trophime Church is a UNESCO listed church in Arles renowned for its Romanesque architecture.
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