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.



Un-dead! Funerary rituals for the Thracians

Un-dead! Funerary rituals for the Thracians

WINTER BRUNCH

Sunday 23 January at 10:30 am

A traval to Bulgaria, on the Thracians' territory, during the 3rd century BC. Mounds, tombs, a Celtic chariot, horses, the capital of the Getae kingdom...

Inscription required (Conference given in French)

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Guided tours

Guided tours

Do you want to discover Roman Nyon in a more dynamic way? We have a variety of guided tours from which to choose from, in the Museum or through a walk around the city.

We are also at your disposal for any special demands.

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Birthdays at the Roman Museum

Birthdays at the Roman Museum

Play as the children 2000 years ago, discover a Roman garden, play an actor in the Roman theater or become an archaeologist for one day?

Nothing simpler!

Choose between 4 workshops for your child's birthday! The plan is to jump back in time, to the Roman era.

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New health measures

New health measures more

It is mandatory, for all people over 16 years old, to present a Covid certificate as well as an ID at the entrance of the Museums.

#MuseumFromHome

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During the pandemic lockdown, the Roman Museum launched #MuseumFromHome, a new way for you to discover the Museum's collections!

Archaeological site

Archaeological site more

Discover Nyon's archaeological site and its finds!

Nyon International Festival of Archaeological Films

Nyon International Festival of Archaeological Films more

Discover the FIFAN, organised by the Roman Museum!

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!