Discover the importance of water in Roman life, through a series of scenes of daily life; and immerse yourself in the construction site of the world’s highest Roman bridge and the ancient aqueduct of Nîmes, thanks to an immersive scenography that will take you back through time.
The Museum is closed every Monday morning.
Included in the educational area admission price
Just a few metres from the Pont du Gard, one of France’s largest discovery centres on Roman engineering tells you the whole story of the ancient aqueduct of Nîmes. Models, full-scale reconstructions, multimedia screens, take you on a journey through time!
Travel back in time! Make your own investigations, learn at your own pace. Visit the museum as it suits you, either a short one-hour stroll or a complete half-day immersive experience! Discover the history of a monument which is largely considered to be one of the most beautiful sites of Roman antiquity, it could supply the ancient city of Nîmes with more than 30 million litres of water per day. How was such a structure conceived and built 2000 years ago, and how did it survived the ages in such a fine state of preservation? The Museum will reveal all the secrets of its incredible history.
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