Accessibilité handicap


Spaces and exhibitions accessible to everyone

Musée des Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer

The Museum is committed to making its spaces and exhibitions accessible to everyone:

  • Mobility
  • Equipment
  • Mediation devices for every type of disability

Admission is free for physically-disable people, reduced rate for the accompanying person.

The entrance to the museum is on one level and an elevator is available. The entire exhibition space is accessible to wheelchair. Assistance dogs are allowed, as well as the use of canes.

Since the museum is a new project, any advice from our visitors to improve the reception will be welcome. 



Ancient archeology

Located near the mouth of the Rhône, the area of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer has attracted ships since Antiquity. Thanks to underwater excavations off the coast, archaeologists have been able to find many objects that testify to the great presence of Greeks, Romans and Gauls.

Museum legend - Groundfloor


Modern and Contemporary Archeology

From the Middle Ages to the Second World War, history has been unveiled thanks to the wrecks found off the coast of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. Discover the daily lifestyle on board the large ships of the modern era and learn the history of Camargue during the War.


Discover the life of the Marquis Folco de Baroncelli, an emblematic figure of Camargue. Author, manadier, passionate about local heritage, he is at the origin of many traditions that are still alive today. 


Temporary Exhibitions

Museum legend - First floor



Visit booklet

Audioguides in French

Magnetic loop at the reception

Magnifying glass at the reception

Folding armchair


Every digital mediation audio device is subtitled in French. You can also download the contents of the audioguides hereunder. Furthermore, many of the objects are part of a tactile experience, they are indicated, do not hesitate to touch them. 

In case of specific questions or need, please contact us. For further information regarding the accessibility in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, please refer to the Tourist Office’s website.