The Roman villa at Pully is an outstanding example of architectural design from the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. It is amongst the most magnificent houses north of the Alps. One of the main rooms of the villa, which is decorated with a famous fresco showing a charioteer, is on display in the museum. ArchéoLab is a place where young people can discover the past following the exhibitions of the museum. It allows the visitor to feel like an archaeologist and to travel back to the Roman times.
ArchéoLab proposes entertaining afternoons for young children, teenagers and families, workshops during the holidays and special activities for classes. Archéolab is also a place to celebrate your birthdaywith your friends!
ArchéoLab and the villa are open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 14h to 18h.
Prices: Adults: 7.- . Students, seniors, disabled: 5.-. Children up to 16 years: free of charge. Combined price ArchéoLab + Musée d'art: 10.-. Special prices for birthdays, groups and school classes: 150.- for 2h and up to 12 children maximum. Groups, minimum 10 persons: 5.- per person, with guide +80.-. The educational programme, the workshops and the guided tours of the Musée d’art et ArchéoLab are free for public institutions. Other schools must contact the museum either per phone on +41 21 721 38 00 or per e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free admission every first Saturday of the month.
Access & Contact
The roman Villa is in the middle of the small town of Pully, Avenue Samson-Reymondin 2. The ArchéoLab is on the other side of the road!