Fine Arts and Archaeological Museum

Located in a 19C covered market hall, this museum is home to collections of prehistoric and Gallo-Roman artefacts, 17-19C French earthenware, paintings from Europe, and from the Lyons, Vienne and Dauphine Schools. Don't miss the beautiful Roman silverware discovered in 1984 in place C. Jouffray Square.

Useful information

Address : 

Place Miremont, 38200 Vienne

Phone:

+33 4 74 78 71 04

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Temple of Auguste and Livie
Temple of Auguste and Livie
Dedicated to Auguste and his wife Livie,
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Archaeological Gardens of Cybèle
Archaeological Gardens of Cybèle
An open garden home to Gallo-Roman
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Former Cathédrale St Maurice
Former Cathédrale St Maurice
Built from the 12C to the 16C, it brings
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Vienne Roman Theatre
Vienne Roman Theatre
Discovered in 1922, it is one of the
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Church of St-André-le-Haut
Church of St-André-le-Haut
A former chapel which belonged to the
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The Old Church of St-Peter
The Old Church of St-Peter
Converted into a lapidary museum in 1872
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Former Cathédrale St Maurice
Former Cathédrale St Maurice
Built from the 12C to the 16C, it brings
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Church of St-André-le-Haut
Church of St-André-le-Haut
A former chapel which belonged to the
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The Old Church of St-Peter
The Old Church of St-Peter
Converted into a lapidary museum in 1872
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