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Eburomagus, Archaeological Museum in Bram

Archaeological Museum

This museum in the heart of the circular village of Bram bears the ancient name of the commune: Eburomagus, yew market…You will not find fossilised yews here, but a collection that presents the latest local archaeological discoveries in six main themes: daily life, exchanges, funeral practices… You can see the remains of the Via Aquitania, which linked Narbonne to Bordeaux in the Gallo-Roman era. Activities, workshops and temporary exhibitions are regularly organised here.

The museum outdoor’s trail

From the museum, be sure to take the path of the ‘musée hors-les-murs’ or ‘museum outside the walls’ to find the trace of the ancient sites that bear witness to the age-old history of the village of Bram – an invitation to travel back in time!


Admission :

Full rate : from 4,00€

Child rate : from 1,00€

Adult group rate : from 2,00€

Tarif groupe adulte : from 2,00€ to 5,00€

Further information :

Museum Eburomagus website

Opening period, visiting times

From 4 April to 24 October

From Tuesday to Saturday, 2 pm to 6 pm and Wednesday morning from 10 am to 12 noon


Adress :
2 Avenue du Razès, 11150 Bram