The site of the Roman Museum



The foundations of the basilica, discovered in 1974, have since 1979 housed the Roman Museum which preserves and showcases the Roman remains of Nyon and its district.

It is located below ground level in the actual foundations of the administrative building of the 1st century AD which closed off the Noviodunum forum to the east.  These masonry walls, preserved up to a height of two metres, provide the setting for the Museum and are its most prestigious feature.



#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!

The Roman Museum is 40 years old

The Roman Museum is 40 years old more

The Roman Museum celebrated its 40th Birthday. An ideal opportunity to celebrate, whilst putting forth a few monuments of the Roman past of Nyon, using digital technology!

Reserve your visit

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Reservation form for your visit

Program for schools

Program for schools more

The Roman Museum has a entire programm made espacially for schools!

Archaeological site

Archaeological site more

Discover Nyon's archaeological site and its finds!