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This museum is within the former Bishop's Palace, which is set in the Bishops gardens, the building itself is lovely, the exterior as well as the interior architecture is typical of its time. The collections within are also very interesting, with most of the information...More
There is a small admission charge for this museum but it is worth it. There is plenty to see in the main building but it is the beautiful gardens and grounds that most appealed to me. I'm not sure I liked all the sculptures on...More
Not the biggest of museums but worth the entry. Only those over 26 pay €5 and so for myself the entry was free! Lots of fantastic sculptures to see outside and on the grounds. Inside there is a very interesting section of the museum which...More
It being Sunday, the famous Limoges Cathedral turned out to be closed. Sneaking a peek at its structure from outside, my family spotted the botanical gardens just behind the buildings and the adjacent Musee Beaux Arts. We split up; one of us went off to...More
We don't often visit art museums but enjoyed this due to the variety of exhibitions on show. Good access if you are disabled or struggle with stairs and the museum map & guide was very helpful. Some descriptions in English which helped us a lot,...More
Surprisingly nice museum. We liked it that the botanical gardens and cathedral where near at each other. Behind the museum you can find some nice bars in old Limoges. The part about the history of Limoges is very nice for children.
We are not really an 'arty' family but thought we would give it a go as it was close to our hotel
They had an English guide for the tour through the paintings and the history of Limoges through the ages and the Egyptian stuff...More
Although the museum is relatively small it has everything starting with the old Egypt. There are interesting models of Limoges through the time - there used to be even an amphitheatre but sadly it was used to build houses in the older ages.