Vieux-la-Romaine is the history of the town of Aregenua, a capital which administered one of the territories of current Normandy long before its birth. Vieux-la-Romaine is also a town in the countryside, an opportunity to spend a day with the family, made up of visits, walks, games and a picnic in the shade of the ancient garden.

The museum
The objects unearthed during excavations at Vieux-la-Romaine invite you to discover the daily life of the inhabitants of the ancient city Aregenua. Thanks to models, tactile objects and other interactive devices, take part in your visit!

Archaeological sites
Two restored Roman houses
The Maison au Grand Péristyle can be visited under the open sky, it is a luxurious residence of a notable person in the chic Forum district. The U-shaped courtyard house, more modest and located in a craft and shopping district, can be seen from the top of a footbridge offering a global view of the site.

An excavation in progress, the forum
An emblematic monument of Roman cities, the forum is the place where political and economic power was exercised. This admirably preserved monument currently under study can be visited accompanied by a guide according to the annual schedule.


Visit languages

  • Français
  • English


From February 01 to December 30
Monday Open
Tuesday Open
Wednesday Open
Thursday Open
Friday Open
Saturday Open
Sunday Open


Type Price
Base rate - Full rate adult 5 €
Reduced price 3 €
Other group rate 3 €
Base rate - Full rate adult: € 5.00 Reduced price: 3.00 € Other group rate: €3.00

Payment method

  • Credit card
  • French bank and postal checks
  • Cash



  • Uncovered picnic area
  • Covered picnic area
  • Screening Room
  • Baby changing area
  • Outdoor games
  • Indoor games, play case, books
  • Free parking
  • Toilets
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  • Shop
  • Playground
  • Bicycle parking
  • Free Wifi
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  • Physical disability
  • Hearing impairment
  • Mental handicap