Musée archéologique du Val d'Oise
The archaeological museum of the Val-d'Oise, labeled Museum of France, is a site of the General Council.
Opened to the public since 1983, this museum is installed in a modern building which is integrated perfectly into the rural landscape of Vexin. On nearly 1,000 m2 divided into a dozen rooms, the museum preserves nearly 35,000 parts resulting from the archaeological excavations carried out on the territory valdoisien.
A selection of 3,000 objects constitutes the permanent collection of the museum presented in a chronological course which invites the visitors to discover the history of the department since its oldest past, geology (when the Val-d'Oise was under water 45 million years ago) until the more recent history of the men and the women (Prehistory, Antiquity, Early middle ages).
Free of charge.
Every day throughout the year between 9 am and 5.30 pm.
Closed on Monday.
Closed exceptionally on January 1st and December 25th.
- Services : Unguided group tours, Guided group tours, Educational visits, Shop, Tourist brochures, Tourist information, Tour free of charge, Guided tours, Unguided individual tours
- Équipements : Car park