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My visit in Bastile and Saint Laurent, Archeological Museum

Within the mountain side is this Archeological Museum of Saint Laurel Museum where you will find... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Apolinario M
Manila, Manila, Philippines
Free museum with a great insight into the early Middle Ages

Although I am more of a Classical Archaeology fan, I have to admit that this museum proved to be an... read more

Reviewed July 11, 2018
Claudina R
Madrid, Spain
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Within the mountain side is this Archeological Museum of Saint Laurel Museum where you will find the old church at the basement. You will also find some of those skeleton lying inside this museum. One of the amazing place to visit...

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Reviewed July 11, 2018

Although I am more of a Classical Archaeology fan, I have to admit that this museum proved to be an amazing experience to delve into my knowledge of early Middle Ages. It shows you the evolution of the church from late Antiquity to the 18th...More

Thank Claudina R
Reviewed July 5, 2018

This museum is free and provides an audioguide while you wander through the excavation site. Takes around one hour to complete and is very informative.

1  Thank KirstenMMF
Reviewed March 25, 2018

The Archaeological Museum of Grenoble sits just on the other side of the Isere River at the base of the Bastille. You'll climb a long hill and then into reception where you'll be given -- free -- individual headsets with the stories of each of...More

2  Thank Skampnyc
Reviewed October 16, 2017

This is a really interesting place you have to visit soon in family to make discover a fascinating historical place in the center of Grenoble, the Alps area capital, at your children. The place is very typical of the French Middle Age, in this time...More

2  Thank theolasnet
Reviewed October 11, 2017

The church of Saint-Laurent as it survives today is a intricate set of building phases and burial activity. The core upstanding structure is Romanesque (12th century) and the burials stretch back to the Gallo-Roman period (4th century). But what really sets Saint-Laurent apart from …...More

1  Thank Robert M C
Reviewed August 30, 2017

This is a fascinating museum which tells its story very well. Some fantastic artifacts too. The coin collection is intriguing.

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Reviewed August 8, 2017

This place is indeed a hidden jewel! It shows us different time periods through the different church levels, with beautiful treasures and lots and lots of history. The free audioguide explains everything in different languages. Not to be missed!

Thank Maria C
Reviewed April 18, 2017 via mobile

Free! You got it! Don't let the small insignificant entrance fool you. You can even use for FREE the tour audio guide with recorded information, available in different languages. Go in and enjoy it! The attendants are friendly and willing to answer any question.

Thank Hikers2012
Reviewed March 1, 2017

one of the best of Grenoble museum, you may observe different church levels, and see the church's expansion according to the number of Christians. It is also possible to see sarcophageous as well as tombs evolution.

1  Thank 864alainj
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