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  • With skip-the-line tickets, unveil the fascinating stories of Glanum's past and immerse yourself in its vibrant culture at the Glanum Archaeological Site.
  • Visit the remains of a Celtic, Greek, and Roman settlement that prospered from the 6th century BC to the 3rd century AD.
  • Admire impressive monuments like the mausoleum and the triumphal arch, the Les Antiques, some of the best-preserved Roman structures in France.
  • Explore the underground fountain at the Nymphaeum, regarded holy in 100 CE. See the iconic sculptures of Young Man in a Toga and Crouching Warrior.
  • See the excavated remnants of Bona Dea's shrine, an ancient religious site, and the 2 ancient structures meticulously preserved amidst the olive groves.
  • With skip-the-line tickets, unveil the fascinating stories of Glanum's past and immerse yourself in its vibrant culture at the Glanum Archaeological Site.
  • Visit the remains of a Celtic, Greek, and Roman settlement that prospered from the 6th century BC to the 3rd century AD.
  • Admire impressive monuments like the mausoleum and the triumphal arch, the Les Antiques, some of the best-preserved Roman structures in France.
  • Explore the underground fountain at the Nymphaeum, regarded holy in 100 CE. See the iconic sculptures of Young Man in a Toga and Crouching Warrior.
  • See the excavated remnants of Bona Dea's shrine, an ancient religious site, and the 2 ancient structures meticulously preserved amidst the olive groves.

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  • Entry to Glanum Archaeological Site
  • Tip: Be sure to visit the Alpilles mountains and the spring of Glanis, which was believed to have magical powers by the ancient people.
  • Entry is free for disabled guests with an accompanying adult, jobseekers (on presentation of a certificate less than 6 months old), and holders of a valid education pass.
  • It's mandatory to present valid proof (e.g., mobility and inclusion card for the French public by CDAPH or foreign equivalent).
  • Adapted tour routes available for visitors with disabilities.
  • Visitor assistance devices are available to enhance understanding and knowledge of the monument.
  • Keep in mind large bags, picnics in the archaeological park, smoking, vaping, and pets are not allowed on this experience.
  • Guests are not allowed to climb on the archaeological remains.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled. However, you can use them any time until 11 August, 2026.
  • These tickets are valid until 11 August, 2026.
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Visiting Glanum Archeological Site

Glanum Archaeological Site is a must-visit for any history lover. This ancient city, located just south of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in France, has a rich history dating back to the 6th century BC. It was originally a Celtic settlement, but it was later conquered by the Romans and became a thriving city. Glanum was eventually destroyed by a barbarian invasion in the 3rd century AD, but its ruins have been excavated and restored, making it a fascinating place to explore.

Read on to learn everything about the Glanum Archeological Site, your ticket options, and what to expect when you arrive. 

Glanum Archaeological Site Highlights

Triumphal Arch

Triumphal Arch

This magnificent arch was built in the 2nd century AD to commemorate the victory of a Roman general known for his love of wine. It is one of the best-preserved triumphal arches in France.

Glanum archaeological site - Mausoleum of the Julii

Mausoleum of the Julii

This beautiful tomb was built in the 1st century BC for a wealthy Roman family. It is decorated with intricate carvings of gods and goddesses including Hercules, Bacchus, and Venus.

Glanum Archaeological Site - Mausoleum of the Julii

Valley of the Sacred Spring

This sacred area was dedicated to the god Hercules. It is home to a beautiful spring and a number of votive offerings.

Glanum Archaeological Site - theatre site

The Theater

This Roman theater could seat up to 2,000 people. It was used for performances of plays, concerts, and other events.

Glanum Archaeological Site - forum

Forum

This was the center of the ancient city. It was where people gathered to trade, shop, and conduct business.

The Basilica

The Basilica

This was a large public building that was used for legal and religious purposes.

Glanum Archaeological Site - Temple of Diana

Temple of Diana

This temple was dedicated to the goddess Diana. It is one of the oldest buildings in Glanum.

House of the Rich Man - Glanum Archaeological Site

House of the Rich Man

This luxurious house was owned by a wealthy Roman citizen. It is decorated with beautiful mosaics and frescoes.

Glanum Archaeological Site - Street

Streets and Fountains

The streets of Glanum were once lined with shops, houses, and fountains. Today, you can still see the remains of these structures.

Glanum archaeological park - Graveyard

Graveyards

Glanum was also home to a number of graveyards. These graveyards provide a glimpse into the lives of the people who lived in the city.

Glanum Archaeological Site - Temple of Valetudo

Temple of Valetudo

Pay homage at the temple dedicated to the goddess of health. Interestingly, it's said that the sick sought cures here, leaving behind countless votive offerings.

Book Your Glanum Archaeological Site Tickets Book Online

When planning your visit to the Glanum Archaeological Site, the smartest move is to purchase your tickets online. Here's why:

  • Advance Booking: Skip the queues and secure your entry in advance, ensuring a hassle-free experience.
  • Convenience: Book from the comfort of your home or on the go, saving you time and effort.
  • Discounts: Unlock exclusive online discounts and special offers, making your visit even more enticing.

Plan Your Visit to the Glanum Archeological Site

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Timings of Glanum Archaeological Site
  • April 1 to September 30: 9:30 AM to 6 PM; Last admission: 5:15 PM
  • October 1 to March 31: 10 AM to 5 PM; Last admission: 4:15 PM  (Closed on Mondays)

Also closed on: January 1, May 1, November 11, and December 25

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Address: Glanum archaeological site, Avenue Vincent Van-Gogh 13210, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence | Find on Maps

By bus: Opt for busses 704 or 707 and alight at Site De Glanum which is a 16 min walk from the site

By train: Opt for a TGV train and alight at Avignon or Arles station. Hop on a taxi afterward to reach the site

By car: From Avignon or Arles, take the D571 or D17 respectively to Baux-de-Provence, then follow the D5. If you're starting in Salon-de-Provence, use the A7 or N538 to reach Cavaillon, and then take the D99 to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, again following the D5.

Nearest Parking: Municipal Car Park (Opposite Entrance)

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  • Visitor Center: The visitor center is located at the entrance to the site. It has a museum, a gift shop, and a cafe. The museum exhibits artifacts found at the site, including sculptures, pottery, and jewelry. The gift shop sells souvenirs and books about the site. The cafe offers snacks and drinks.
  • Restrooms: There are restrooms located throughout the site.
  • Parking: There is a parking lot located near the site, opposite the entrance,
  • Accessibility: The site is wheelchair accessible. There are ramps and lifts available throughout the site.
  • Audio guide: An audio guide is available for rent at the visitor center. The audio guide provides commentary on the site in several languages.
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  • No smoking or vaping is allowed on the site. 
  • Pets are not allowed on the site. 
  • Please be respectful of the site and its artifacts. This means not touching or climbing on the ruins, and not removing any objects from the site.
  • Do not take flash photography inside the buildings. 
  • Please stay on the designated paths. This helps to protect the site and prevent erosion.
  • Leave no trace. This means taking your trash with you and not leaving anything behind.
The Alpilles Mountains
  • Saint-Rémy-de-Provence: This charming town is located just south of the site and is worth exploring. It is home to a number of historical and cultural attractions, including the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum, where Vincent van Gogh was once a patient.
  • Les Baux-de-Provence: This medieval village is located about 20 kilometers from the site. It is a popular tourist destination and is known for its beautiful scenery and historic ruins.
  • The Alpilles: The Alpilles are a mountain range located near the site. They offer stunning views of the surrounding countryside and are popular spots for hiking and biking.

Visitor Tips

  • Plan your visit: Allow at least 2 hours to explore the site. There is a lot to see and do, so it is worth taking your time.
  • Wear comfortable shoes: You will be doing a lot of walking, as the site is spread out over a large area.
  • Bring sunscreen and a hat: The sun can be strong in the summer, so it is important to protect yourself from the sun.
  • Visit during the off-season (spring or fall): The site is less crowded during these times of year.
  • Take a guided tour: A guided tour can help you to understand the history and significance of the site.
  • Respect the site: Be respectful of the ruins and do not touch or climb on them.
  • Leave no trace: Take your trash with you and do not leave anything behind.
  • Visit the museum: If you are interested in learning more about the history of the site, you can visit the museum at the visitor center.

Frequently Asked Questions About Glanum Archeological Site Tickets

How much do Glanum Archaeological Site tickets cost?

Glanum Archeological Site tickets start as low as €8 online.

Can I buy Glanum Archeological Site tickets online?

Yes, you can buy your Glanum Archeological Site tickets online as you can get great deals and discounts.

How do I purchase Glanum Archaeological Site tickets?

You can buy Glanum Archeological tickets online and in advance. Booking online is recommended if you're seeking to avoid potential queues.

Are Glanum Archaeological Site tickets available online?

Yes, Glanum Archeological Site tickets are available online.

Where is the Glanum Archaeological Site located?

Glanum Archaeological Site is located in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France.

Do Glanum Archaeological Site tickets include free parking?

No, Glanum Archaeological Site tickets do not include free parking. There is a parking lot located near the site, but it costs €5 per day.

What are Glanum Archaeological Site's opening hours?

The operating hours of the site vary depending on the season. From April 1 to September 30, it is open from 9:30 AM to 6 PM with the last admission at 5:15 PM. From October 1 to March 31, the hours are 10 AM to 5 PM, and the last admission is at 4:15 PM. Please note that the facility is closed on Mondays.

What’s the best time to visit Glanum Archaeological Site?

The best time to visit Glanum Archaeological Site is during the spring or fall when the weather is mild. The site is also less crowded during these times of year.

What are the best ways to reach the Glanum Archaeological Site?

The best way to reach Glanum Archaeological Site is by car. There is a parking lot located near the site. You can also take the bus from Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.