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Lots to see, welcome hideaway from the heat

A beautiful building with lots to see , well worth €6 eur to get in. Expect to be there an hour... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Luke D
Newcastle upon Tyne
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A masterpiece within a masterpiece

The archaeology of an ancient House imaginatively displayed within a cleverly conceived building... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2018
David S
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UNIQUE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE Visit a unique museum in France which is protecting a vast gallo-roman house vestiges, the Vésone Domus. Opened since 2003, in the heart of archaeological and plants park, Vesunna offers a 3000 m2 itinerary of permanent...more
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20 rue du 26e Regiment D Infanterie | Parc de Vésone, 24000, Perigueux, France
+33 5 53 53 00 92
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A beautiful building with lots to see , well worth €6 eur to get in. Expect to be there an hour. All the descriptions were in French, but you can get a paper or an audio guide

Thank Luke D
Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile

The archaeology of an ancient House imaginatively displayed within a cleverly conceived building built around the ancient remains, all in the compact Centre of a delightful riverside city. Whether you have an interest in the way The Romano-Gauls lived or just want somewhere different to...More

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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

A visit to this museum was a recommendation by the hosts of the apartment we had rented. The excavations and displays were well presented and provided a good insight to the construction and architecture of the period. A large number of archeological finds on display,...More

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Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

This is a small but perfectly formed museum giving an insight to the period and multiple finds. The audioguide was worth taking and added to the enjoyment- commentary was accessible with options of more detail if wanted.

Thank Chris A
Reviewed 28 May 2018

We stumbled by accident on information about this museum and decided to visit it whilst staying in the area and we were not disappointed. It is strange that the museum closes over lunch time so we did not have a lot of time. However, we...More

Thank jlok2016
Reviewed 19 May 2018

The Dordogne region of France is beautiful and has much to offer. In the historic town of Perigueux you can see the preserved foundations of a substantial Roman villa beautifully housed in glass and steel. The museum contains models of the villa as it once...More

Thank Robert J
Reviewed 13 May 2018

Nice way to escape the heat of the summer for a few hours. Don't forget to look up for a floor plan of the villa. It would be nice if there was a little more information in other languages but the amount and quality of...More

Thank DordogneTours
Reviewed 11 March 2018

An interesting site that has a modern glass structure covering the site designed by Jean Nouvel The site is a Romano-Gallo in origin and clearly reflects how a wealthy family lived. It has some impressive exhibits Worth getting the audio guide to better understand the...More

Thank Talented49
Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

Impressive museum with lots of different finds from the roman period. We decided not to go for the audio tour but just to look at all the objects on display. Some short documentaries which I think were subtitled

Thank Amplegirl
Reviewed 1 November 2017

Nicely spaced and well-presented museum, constructed around the remains of a Roman house, dating from the first century, and discovered in 1959. Much information, and many artefacts. Fascinating, and well worth a visit.

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Response from MuseeVesunna | Property representative |
Sorry but dogs are not allowed inside museum, except for blind people's dogs. Thanks.
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