In the nineteenth century the school and the cloister of San Marcial became a natural history museum and garden. The garden contains the busts of 2 great botanists of the city, Requien and Fabre, ve were insect specialists. The park is named after Agricol Perdiguier, a carpenter from the nineteenth century, ve developed the guilds of the city, when you walked to work as an apprentice to learn a craft. It's a nice place next to the temple of San Marcial where ancient ruins mingle with nature and inside there's a small terrace and cafe serving drinks and sweets.
This small park is dedicated to the poet Pierre de Deimier. He was born in Avignon and lived from 1580 to 1618. The garden is a small Mediterranean area, pleasant with its olive trees and benches in the shade. It is in front of a beautiful building, the livree Ceccano, a palace built for the cardinal Ceccano. It now serves as the city's public library. There is a bust of King Henry IV of France. It is a fairly quiet because you pass no traffic on the street in front