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Musée Dauphinois

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30 rue Maurice Gignoux Facile d'accès à pieds : peu de montée, juste un peu raide., 38031, Grenoble France
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JoeDec2014 wrote a review Dec 2019
Chicago, Illinois131 contributions34 helpful votes
We were disappointed to see that there was no material in English at all. In an internationally touristic town like Grenoble one expects to have at least some brochures in English. The exhibitions were simple and outdated. Maybe the idea of free entrance simply does not work here. Not highly recommended.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Giedrius wrote a review Jan 2019
Vilnius, Lithuania23 contributions3 helpful votes
I liked the chapel of former monastery as well as gardens. There are plenty of permanent and temporary exhibitions about life and culture of this region. Visit is free!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Ben B wrote a review Jul 2018
ontario, canada180 contributions61 helpful votes
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We didn't have time to walk to the bastille higher on the hill, so opted for a shorter walk (10 minutes or so) up through the charming gardens at the foot of the hill, which lead to this museum. It is housed in an old nunnery (?), but has exhibits about other subjects too -- a superb adaptation of the historic building. We had time for two exhibits: one on the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, which was great fun and full of images and artifacts; and the permanent exhibit about the long history of people who live at high elevations in the Alps. The latter was especially impressive -- we were kicking ourselves for not leaving longer. If you like history and appreciate a good museum, set aside at least 90 minutes for this one, if not more. Furthermore, the museum is free! Don't miss it.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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GCzerniawski wrote a review Jul 2018
Moscow, Russia84 contributions30 helpful votes
We have climbed up the hill to this old monastery converted to the museum. We admire the road, the museum itself, the exhibitions and then descend another way back to Italian quarter.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Aleta T wrote a review Jun 2018
Grenoble, France190 contributions81 helpful votes
There's something so calming about this place. I love to walk up here and walk around the inside. It's one of the places that haven't been ruined by the current administration.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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