ATTENTION : All of the following information has been provided by the museum. For the moment, they are unable to publish their events calendar online. We therefore suggest that you contact the museum directly for further information.
Immerse yourself in the opulence and beauty of the exceptional treasures dating from the third-century Gallo-Roman era. Made up of 28,054 coins, around fifty pieces of jewlry and precious objects, this is one of biggest collections found in France that is entirely intact. The tour of the collections is spread over three floors steeped in the world of Antiquity : statues, architectural decoration and objects put into their context illustrating their use in the everyday lives of the inhabitants of ancient Elusa, the capital of the Novempopulanie province.
The museum is one of three sites that make up the archaeological compound ELUSA Capitale Antique. This heritage landmark offers a wide-ranging and compelling overview of Roman culture. To begin the visit, start at the Interpretation Centre at the Domus de Cieutat. Aimed at teaching and entertaining at the same time, this space offers a fun, interactive tour. Don’t miss the 3D film which allows you to explore a wealthy quartier of this site and one of its opulent dwellings. Then head to the Treasure of Eauze / Archaeology Museum. Follow in the steps that led to the discovery of the most beautiful Gallo-Roman treasure ever found in France! Extend your visit by going to the luxurious Villa de Séviac country estate. There you will find a fabulous mosaic measuring 625 m² , the largest of its kind in France.
In the footsteps of the Romans, ELUSA Capitale Antique, invites you to discover its heritage with lots of fun, instructive and interactive activities.
The Museum is run under the auspices of the departmental Conservation and heritage authorities and the Museums/Flaran (Department of Gers) and is part of the network of Sites and Museums of the Gers
Musée archéologique / Le Trésor d’Eauze (Treasure/ Archaeology)
Place de la République
32800 Eauze 05 62 09 71 38
- Full price: 5€
- Reduced price: 4€
- Free : under 18 years (rates and reductions posted on the website)
Multiple entry tickets with The Domus de Ceiutat and/or the Villa de Séviac :
- 3 sites : 10€ : reduced price : 8€
- 2 sites : 7.50€ : reduced price : 6€
- Domus de Cieutat : allée Julien Laudet, 32800 Eauze
- Villa de Séviac : 32250 Montréal-du-Gers
Prepare your visit :
To prepare your visit to ELUSA Capitale Antique, it’s useful to visit the website www.elusa.fr where you will find all of the events at ELUSA, the various programmes and activities, the temporary exhibitions and shows, conference dates as well as background information about the rich heritage surrounding the ancient city of Elusa. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, booking at email@example.com
Open daily from the 1st March to 30 November :
- March to November: 2pm-5pm
- April, May June September and October: 10am-12pm and 2pm-6pm
- July and August: 10am -1pm and 2pm-7pm.L Closed during “Férias d’Eauze” (first week of July)
Open year round (except Christmas and New Year’s Day) by appointment for groups.
- Three Boutiques
Take a home a piece of ELUSA! Are you looking for something original for yourself or to offer to your near and dear ones?You will find something special in one of our three boutiques at the reception area of each site.
Our team is at your disposal to help you choose from our selection of high quality reproductions, stationery, gourmet edibles, books and games.