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The Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum

Arlon is a Gallo-Roman city, and the Arlon Archaeological Museum stands testament to this. While the Museum displays archaeological material from the prehistoric age to the Middle Ages, the Gallo-Roman collection is the largest of its collections.
The Archaeological Museum is home to Gallo-Roman artefacts from Arlon and the province of Luxembourg. It features Belgium’s largest stone collection, including fragments of funerary monuments and civil buildings. Visitors can also discover the findings of recent excavations in Arlon and from the Roman villa at Mageroy (Habay).

The Arlon Archaeological Museum also hosts temporary exhibitions, and organizes conferences and themed days tailored to different types of audience.

Practical information

Opening hours
Monday: Closed
Tuesday to Saturday, 9:00 am to 12:30 pm and 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm, and Sundays and public holidays, 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

Closed on 1st January, 1st November, 11th November, 24th December, 25th December and 31st December.

Length of the guided tour
Approx. 90 minutes

Rue des Martyrs 13, 6700 Arlon

You can get a combined ticket with the Gaspar Museum.


Individual admission
Adults: 6€
Seniors (> 60 years): 4€
Students (13 – 26 years): 3€
Children 6 – 12 years: 2€

School groups: Prices on request according to school group age and activities.
Adult group: 5€/person + 40€ for a 1h30 guided tour

Permanent free admission
Children under 6 years, teachers, press, IAL members, ICOM-ICOMOS members, passport, MuseumPassMusées holders


063 23 07 10

The Archaeological Museum website