I did not know that there was a museum like this in Grenbole. It is very well organized and it is near the center of the city. The entrance is free & even the audio-guides are free.
Wow! This is a must see for anyone visiting Grenoble. Excavations started here in the 70's and last about 20 years. They uncovered the original worship areas for monks who lived there, along with a crypt and mausoleum. Skeleton bones and all are in display. Interesting to see how old sections were built over and around through the years. Definitely... More
This museum is very well organize with not only old parts of church but also modern means to explain the life of this place at different periods
It is beautiful place with different floors with different exposition subject. it is place to visit in Grenoble to understand the history of the region and discover depending of current exposition beautiful things.
When we checked into our hotel and asked about tourist information, the receptionist specifically recommended a visit to this museum. Having visited scores of archeological museums all around the world, we were a bit skeptical but it was free, so we decided to check it out. It is located in a old church and there is a free audio guide... More
Very informative and impressive. Underground excavation - you can actually look through the floor in the basement as you walk on it and see the ruins in the ground. The above-ground part of the museum is really good, as well. A real eye-opener as to the intelligence of ancient civilizations . . . they even had their own type of... More
It is one of the most comprehensive archaeological sites and has been excavated expertly. A good way to spend a couple of hours.
Tripadvisor reviews led me to drag the kids (10 and 13) here. Normally we wouldn't have found the subject (archeology and crypts below the church dating from Ronan time) that interesting, but this is VERY well done. The sights are good, there is just the right amount of information, and the audio thingamabobs are just right. Overall this was a... More
Fantastic, accesible archeologic museum. Well laid out and the informative audio tour was full of interesting facts. Expected it to be dry but it was exactly the opposite! Great for kids and teens. Oh, and did I mention it was FREE!! While it is a museum dedicated to the science of archeology, it gave a wonderful account of the local... More
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