Welcome to Nyon's Roman Museum

The doors of the Roman Museum open into the ancient town of Nyon/Noviodunum, the urban centre of the Colonia Iulia Equestris. You will discover the typical day-to-day existence of a Roman colony, ranging from care of one’s appearance to political life. The Museum also proposes activities for children and guided tours.



The good pipe

The good pipe

Sunday 29 October

11am to 5pm, free entry, all audiences.

The High School of Engineering and Management of the Canton Vaud, Yverdon-les-Bains and the Roman Museum of Nyon meet to compare roman and modern technology and civil engineering, around the current temporary exhibition "Of course it flows!".

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Temporary exhibition

Temporary exhibition

"Ca coule de source! Aqueduc et histoires d'eau dans la Nyon romaine"

After the recent discoveries made by the archaeologists on the roman Aqueduct of Nyon, the Roman Museum chose to stage this hydraulic structure's construction site. This exhibition will also depict the management, consumption and use of water in Roman times.

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Roman days in Nyon

Roman days in Nyon more

Every two years, The Roman day of Nyon shares archaeological research with the public, in a lively and accessible way.

The Roman Museum on facebook

The Roman Museum on facebook more

The Roman Museum of Nyon is finally on facebook, through the "association des Amis des Musées de Nyon (AMN)" page! Follow the AMN page and be informed of the news and activities of the Museum.

Nyon International Festival of Archaeological Films

Nyon International Festival of Archaeological Films more

Discover the Nyon International Festival of Archaeological Films, organised by the Roman Museum!

Archaeological site

Archaeological site more

Discover Nyon's archaeological site and its finds!

Reserve your visit

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Reservation form for your visit

Support the Roman Museum!

Support the Roman Museum! more

Would you like to support the Roman Museum?

Then join the AMN (Association des Amis des Musées de Nyon) or make a donation to the Roman Museum!