Fantastic roman mosaics! Even if they are only found in one big room of the museum, I thought a visit was worth it. The roman artifacts are terrific.
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This isn't one of those splashy museums with the blockbuster items on everyone's lists. You do yourself a favor to spend a little time here to sink into the special statues and tapestries that add to the historical significance of Reims. My adult children and...More
The museum holds several fascinating objects, but the majority of items are very similar to what can be seen elsewhere. The building itself was worth viewing though. Entrance cost was very reasonable, and this would be a good place to go on a cold or...More
Some interesting artifacts from french history are on show here and it's been adapted so that I could get to almost everything in my powered wheelchair.
This is a nice museum containing archeology collections found on the territory of today's Reims. The collections range from prehistoric times, gallic, gallo-roman, medieval times all the way until the XIXth century. The cloister and the chapter house evoke the medieval architectural splendor of the...More
If you like all things Medieval, this is a lovely place to visit. It also has Roman and pre-historic exhibits but I think it shines because of the various artefacts from the town's medieval.history. Wonderful.statues and I particularily liked the Musician savey from the House...More
Stunning building holding an assortment of prehistoic, Roman and medieval artefacts Particularly good at providing local history An english translation/guide would have been useful I think free entrance every first Sunday of the month
Contains Gallo- Roman artifacts. Some ancient objects that would be hard to find at any other museums. Artifacts of the area that are well presented. Definitely worth a short side trip (1 hour or so to go through) if visiting the Basilica next door or...More
A very good regional museum. Really worth 1 star in the Michelin Green Guide rather than the 2 stars. Focused on the region with significant ancient archeological collections, a minor Roman collection, and other periods. The military history collection was excellent. An interesting side note...More
This museum is next to the Basilique Saint-Remi and is probably worth an hour of your time whilst visiting the basilica, but probably not for it's own sake would I make the walk from the centre of Reims. The museum contains some quite interesting exhibits...More