The Archaeological Museum of Saint-Romain-en-Gal is located above the archaeological site of the same name, located in the heart of the ancient Roman city of Vienna.
Discovered in 1967 during the construction of a school on the right bank of the Rhone, the archaeological site of Saint-Romain-en-Gal reveals an extensive craft and residential area of the Antique Vienna.
The Museum brings to life this residential district of Vienna. It includes baths, workshops, homes, shops and updated since 1967. The museum is organized around four areas: the history of ancient Vienna, economy and crafts, mosaics and everyday life in the Roman house. The restoration workshop responsible for the conservation of mosaics is now internationally recognized for the quality of its work.