The museum has an exceptional collection of exhibits on display discovered during the excavations. These archaeological artefacts are spread across three main rooms named after the archaeologists who made their mark on Ensérune (Salle Sigal, Salle Mouret and Salle Jannoray). Ensérune is one of the most remarkable Gallic sites in Languedoc. Multiple influences have left their mark on it (Iberian, Celtic, Greek, Italic, etc.). Excavations that started at the beginning of the 20th century have shed light on an important necropolis and inhabited areas, with many houses showing traces of various periods of occupation. You can discover these remains for yourself by exploring the site.