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This museum has it all and can be done is a couple of hours. It has fine art, anthropological art and archaeology. Everyone in our group was pleased and each satisfied with a different level. The museum has three levels and it is advised to...More
The Palace now houses 3 museums - archaeological, Fine Arts and Decorative arts. Go on the first Sunday of each month and enter for free! It has some amazing works detailing the different period and he tools and animals around during those times. We spent...More
We visited with our nine year old son and he found them interesting but younger children would probably get bored.
I suggest visiting all thee museums as they will probably have something for everyone. We enjoyed all three and would visit again.
This palace houses three very different museums within its structure. I picked the Museum of Fine Arts, and it was well worth the time and the entry fee. The Palace is a short walk from the cathedral, and makes a lovely diversion from the gothic...More
This former bishops palace is today the home of 3 important and interresant museum. The Archeological Museum is one of the bests in France, the Museum of Decoratif Arts shows some very interesting view of the life of former nobles, and a zóthe Museum of...More
The Palais de Rohan houses three museums. It's worth buying a ticket for all three if you have time as it reduces the cost. The museum of decorative art is really a tour of the palace rooms with furniture, tapestry etc, there are also a...More
I am no critic or art/architecture, nor do I want to just repeat what can be found on every flyer about the museum, so I won't comment about when and how it was built, nor what it contains.
I will just say that this beautiful...More
The palais houses three separate museums. I am writing about the Museum of the Decorative Arts. The former apartments of the cardinals of Rohan are now open to the public with addition objects. Marvelous collection of decorative objects.
Early on a would be royal palace off in a corner of France not often visited by first time tourists, but it should be on travelers list as a perfect town square before the days of city planning. A must see for art students and...More
This building contains a fine art museum on the second floor. But I was blown away by the beautiful state rooms on the main floor, some as lavish as any I've seen in larger palaces.
This was also the palace of the cardinal whose stupidity...More