The must see

The Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth

Orange’s cathedral was dedicated to Our Lady of Nazareth on the 26th October 1208, in the presence of Guillaume des Baux, Prince of Orange. The original building, which was also used for meetings of the Principality’s general assemblies, would be considerably altered through...

The arch of Orange

1st Century A.D. monument, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO.
The Arch, dedicated at first to the feats of the Gallic 2nd Legion veterans who founded the Roman colony of Orange early in the first century and then to the Emperor Tiberius, is an outstanding monument...

Saint Eutrope Hill

The Roman Theatre rests its seats against this hill. It dominates not only the city but also the Rhone Valley and the countryside leading east to Mont Ventoux, and offers visitors an outstanding panorama.

Roman Theatre

Orange’s Roman theatre, constructed at the beginning of the Christian era, owes its reputation to the exceptional condition of its backdrop wall. Life in the old city revolved around it. The superb acoustics and structure enabled an audience of 9 000 to attend performances...

B.A 115 Museum

Six salles composent ce lieu qui relate l'histoire de la base aérienne dans l'histoire internationale

Art History Museum

Since 1933, Orange’s Museum has been located in a 17th Centuryprivate mansion, once home to Georges Van Cuyl, a Dutch gentleman who the Prince of Orange had instructed to carry out the arming of the hill Château.

The Cathedral Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth
The arch of Orange
Saint Eutrope Hill
Roman Theatre
B.A 115 Museum
Art History Museum