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Good selection of paintings displayed in the former Bishop's Palace. When we went there was also a display of porcelain on the top floor.
The exterior of the building is interesting in it's own right, especially the gatehouse.
(No admission charge and there is a...More
The museum is housed in a lovely building, the former bishop’s palace. The rooms are nicely set up and present an interesting collection of especially 19th century paintings and other artwork, e.g. by Corot and Sisley. Entrance is free.
We called in on a Friday lunchtime and had the museum to ourselves - there were friendly people on the admission desk downstairs, but we were left alone to wander freely around the galleries without anyone checking on us. Some lovely pieces of art.
The old archbishops palce and Oise Museum is a nice little extra to do if you are visiting the cathedral which is right beside it.
Very picturesque outside in the enclosed garden, it has two very distinct turrets and makes a good photo opportunity.
Pretty nice museum, small enough to visit without rushing. The second floor is being renovated and maybe this is why it is free. Absolutely must see the third floor.....great insight to this old building and its roof!
The building is interesting and it's right near the Cathedral. The exhibition is for free, and it's open till 17 or 18. Sometimes there are concerts in the biggest room. The visit is pretty short, it takes about 1h. The paintings are mixed, some naturalists,...More
The building itself is worth a few photos. The museum is on 3 floors (2nd floor closed at present) and houses a temporary exhibition 'Divines et Divas' until March 20 2017. And it's free. Closed on Tuesdays.