Attractions and museums
Don’t miss out on the heritage of Narbonne, whatever the weather. With more than 2,000 years of history, some exciting time travel awaits!
Easy and accessible on foot under a nice umbrella, let's explore the Bourg district and Saint Paul's Basilica.
In the Cité district, you can visit the Palace-Museum of Archbishops with its valuable collections of art, potteries, paintings... and the original part of the exhibition: the oriental painting section!
Then go through the Cloister and Cathédrale Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur: interesting fact, it has never been finished and is the fourth highest vaulted building in France. The Treasure Room has peculiar acoustics and trying it out will delight the children!
To continue our cultural adventure, let's go to the exhibitions in the city. There are plenty: fine arts, paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, contemporary art, architecture... The choice is yours!
The underground galleries of the Horreum, one of the only remnants still visible in Narbonne, are not to be missed!
If you’re passionate about Roman history, the recently opened Narbo Via museum shows you the riches of the ancient city of Narbo Martius!
A great plan
The museums of Narbonne are free on the first Sunday of the month!