Marseille History Museum Marseille, France
L'épave romaine de la Bourse (fin IIè siècle-début IIIè siècle) avec la maquette du navire
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The Marseille History Museum is the local historical and archaeological museum of Marseille in France. It was opened in 1983, the first town historical museum in France, to display the major archaeological finds discovered when the site was excavated in 1967 for commercial redevelopment and the construction of the Centre de la Bourse shopping centre. The museum building, which is entered from within the centre, opens onto the "jardin des vestiges", a garden containing the stabilised archaeological remains of classical ramparts, port buildings, a necropolis and so on. The museum presently contains permanent displays exhibiting the history of Marseille up to the 18th century. Highlights include:
Source: wikipedia
Admission:

Permanent collections:
Adults: €5
Reduced: €3
Children under 18: free
Hours:

Tue - Sun: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Closed: Jan 1, May 1, Nov 1, Dec 25 & 26
Address:

Square Belsunce,
13001 Marseille, France
Phone:

+33 491 90 42 22
Email:

musee-histoire@mairie-marseille.fr


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