This visit is a must-do for anyone interested in the history of Roquebrune-sur-Argens from prehistoric times to the present day. It exhibits a collection of prehistoric and Roman vestiges, a magnificent ex-voto collection and a Medieval garden of medicinal plants. The museum is arranged around an authentic icehouse dating from the 17th century.
The prehistoric objects come from the late-palaeolithic caves of the Blavet gorges, a spectacular wilderness in the area of La Bouverie.
The district of Les Issambres is better known for its Roman history. A Roman reservoir, where fish were bred and caught for food, has miraculously survived the passing centuries. This site became a listed Historical Monument in 1939.
You’ll come across it if you explore the coastal path.
Added bonus: activity cards for children on the prehistoric period and medieval history.
Take the whole family!
Covid-19 special services :
Reopening on 8th June when sanitary measures will be observed
June opening times from Monday to Friday: 10 am - 12.30 pm / 2.30 pm - 6 pm
- Adapted tourism
- Services : Pokemon Arena
- Equipments : Toilets
- Activities : Children's entertainment