The Hôtel de Sade is an archaeological museum: it was originally occupied by a vast thermal complex dating from the 4th century A.D., gradually revealed thanks to the various excavation campaigns conducted since the 1940s.
The Museum, located in a Renaissance hotel on the square opposite the Museum of the Alpilles Favier, contains archaeological furniture found at Glanum, an important statuary and a lapidary abundant, consisting of architectural elements, funerary steles and altars votive of time celto-ligure, Hellenistic and Roman. Its visit perfectly complements the discovery of the Gallo-Roman site. Entries are free the first Sunday of each month from October to April
Full price: 4 €
Group adults: 3.50 € (from 20 people)
Group children: 20 € (35 students maximum and 1 accompanying person for 15 students).
Free entry for children < 18 years.
Group rate available for > 20 people.
Free: under 18 years of age (families and school groups excluded), 18-25 years of age (European Union citizens and regular non-European residents in the European Union), disabled persons and their companions, job seekers upon presentation of a certificate of less than 6 months, culture card, ICOM card, valid Education Pass.
Twinned ticket with the archaeological site: 10€ at full price.
Groupe : 20 personnes min
From 17/06 to 18/09, daily.
Every day from 9.45 am to 6 pm.
Last access 30 minutes before closing time.