Created in 1963, the Archaeological Museum is housed in the Saint-André bastion, a military stronghold built by Vauban in the late seventeenth century.
Its two vaulted galleries house the archaeological collections of the City of Antibes, resulting from land and underwater excavations, making it possible to retrace the history of the town during Antiquity and that of the populations, Ligurians, Greeks and Romans, who left their traces there.
Included with the French Riviera Pass
In order to visit the museums in Antibes using your French Riviera Pass, you must firstly have your Pass validated at the Antibes & Juan-les-Pins Tourism Office in one of the following locations :60 chemin des Sables - 06160 Juan les Pins ou 42 av Robert Soleau & Place Guynemer (july & august) - 06600 Antibes.
-Combined ticket giving access to 4 sites (Musée Picasso, Musée Peynet, Musée d'Archéologie, Fort Carré)
- Exhibition space
- Educational visits
- Themed tour
- Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
Full price: 3 €
Reduced price: 1.50 €.
Free entry for accompanying guides, Job-seeker, children accompanied by an adult, disabled people, disabled people and accompanying persons.
Accepted payment methods
- Credit card payment
Every day throughout the year between 10 am and 5 pm.
Closed on Monday.
Closed exceptionally on January 1st, May 1st, November 1st and December 25th.