MuséoParc Alésia, Alise-Sainte-Reine
(4/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Visit two museums in one place at MuséoParc Alésia. The Archaeological Museum has a collection from Alesia, where the famous confrontation in 52 BCE between Julius Caesar and the Gallic tribes during the Gallic Wars occured. The interpretative center immerses you in the conquest of the Gauls by the Romans. At the end of your visit, marvel at the statue of Vercingetorix overlooking the battlefield between the Gauls and the Romans. Arrange to visit MuséoParc Alésia and other attractions in Alise-Sainte-Reine using our Alise-Sainte-Reine trip builder.
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  • The interpretive centre is very interesting for children and adults. Well done, the children are not well bored instead. The archaeological site and the statue are optional. Small point to review: the cafeteria food.
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  • Very interesting site. Passionate staff Cafeteria to flee infected reps / clean
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  • The battle between the Gauls and the romans took place in 52 B.C. there are a lot of ruins and if you can imagine what it was like then its magical. The museum is worth going to as well. 
  • Fantastic museum: clever and fun (and in English). Can't recommend highly enough, really explains brilliantly one of the key events of classical history and how its been used and abused since then
  • We just loved the site and architecture. Very helpful staff. Great discovery not only for kids! A must!
  • Great exhibit set in the landscape believed to be the battlefield of the final battle between Julius Caesar and the Gauls led by Vercingetorix. Audioguide in multiple languages.
  • really excellent experience. english translation in the museum was very well done. The enactment was done in french so didn't understand it but was still good to see the fighting. price was very reasonable.
  • Really beautiful place. The exposition was very interesting. Even our small kids enjoyed the the Roma spectacles and show. The building has a very nice architecture that fits in the surroundings. A must visit for anybody interested in the ancient history of Europe.