Set within a sleek compound around 1km (.5 mile) south of Arles’ town center, this archaeological museum has finds uncovered throughout the region’s rich territories. Vast, airy rooms present Roman sarcophagi, sculptures, mosaics, and inscriptions from ancient times through the 6th century. Some temporary exhibitions, such as 2017’s show dedicated to Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses II, are conducted in collaboration with the Musée du Louvre in Paris.