Besides flora and fauna, the Camargue Nature Park is also the preserver of history with its museum at Rousty Bridge. The Musee de la Camargue, as it is known, was created in 1979 with the aim to give a detailed background of the natural elements of Camargue Nature Park.
But that’s not all the museum offers today. The exhibits portray the early history of development of the region. The small museum perfectly captures the essence of Camargue and its life. With objects, videos, audios and photographs on display, the museum exhibits the relationship between man and nature with emphasis on the aquatic ecosystem. The museum is fun and interactive and also gives an insight into the various traditions the Gardians indulge in with their cattle.
Amidst the lovely greens of the nature park, the museum is a small refuge from the wild yet, it is a transport to the past. The Gardian collection of the museum is excellent and makes the museum worth a visit.
Musee De La Camargue Travel Tips
- The last admission to the museum is 1 hour before the closing time.
Entrance Ticket Details For Musee De La Camargue
- Reduced ticket fair is €3
- Free entry for under 18, journalists and teachers
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15.54% of people who visit Arles include Musee De La Camargue in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
57.14% of people start their Musee De La Camargue visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Musee De La Camargue
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee De La Camargue