Gard Museums

Musee du Desert
Dedicated to the life of the Huguenot Protestants between 1685-1787. Open March to November from 09:30 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 18:00, and July and August from 09:30 to 18:30. At Le Mas Soubeyran in Mialet (30).
Musee des Beaux Arts
Fine art collection with paintings from the Dutch and Flemish schools of the 16th and 17 centuries and French works from the 16th to 19th centuries. On Rue Cite Foulc in Nimes (30).
Archeological Museum
Collection in a former Jesuit college of iron age and Gallo-Roman artefacts including a large collection of Roman glassware. At 13 boulevard Amiral Courbet in Nimes (30).
Site du Pont du Gard
Museum, garden and childrens discovery area recreating Gallo-Roman culture in general and aquaducts in particular. Open 09:30-17:30 (19:30 from May to September). Closed Monday mornings. On the Route du Pont du Gard in Vers Pont du Gard (30).
A sharks tunnel and fish from the 5 continents. Open all year round. At Le Grau du Roi (30).
Musee dArt Contemporain
The Museum of Contemporary Art hosts exhibitions and classical concerts. The website has infomation about the exhibitions, shows and opening times. At Place de la Maison Carree in Nimes (30).
Musee du Bonbon Haribo
A sweet museum tracing the history of Haribo sweets showing advertising, wrappers and a miniature manufacturing chain. At Pont des Charrettes in Uzes (30).
Arenes de Nimes
Visit of the arenas in Nimes (30) with an audio-guide in English, Dutch or German. Underground parking, 41 rue Fresque.