Museon Arlaten

After winning the Nobel Prize in 1906, Frédéric Mistral founded this museum dedicated to the part of Provence located along the Rhône. Countless objects (furniture, costumes, ceramics, reconstructions of interiors) evoking traditional trades, living conditions, festivities and religious rites are exhibited in some thirty rooms supervised by an Arles woman in local dress. A charming and appealingly old-fashioned place. The vestiges of a small forum can be seen in the courtyard

Useful information

Adresse : 

29 rue de la République

Phone:

+33 4 13 31 51 99

Nearby tourist attractions

Espace Van Gogh
Espace Van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh was treated in this
15 minutes
Plan de la Cour Square
Plan de la Cour Square
This little square is lined with ancient
15 minutes
Place de la République
Place de la République
The square has much to admire, with the
15 minutes
Cryptoporticus
Cryptoporticus
The function of these twin horseshoe
60 minutes
Hôtel de Ville d'Arles
Hôtel de Ville d'Arles
The town hall was rebuilt in 1675
15 minutes
Saint Trophime's Church
Saint Trophime's Church
You access the Church via a gate that is
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Espace Van Gogh
Espace Van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh was treated in this
15 minutes
Hôtel de Ville d'Arles
Hôtel de Ville d'Arles
The town hall was rebuilt in 1675
15 minutes
Saint Trophime's Church
Saint Trophime's Church
You access the Church via a gate that is
15 minutes
See all