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The position is excellent as it sits close to the cathedral, the museum of the resistance, the river and the town centre.
It is really well laid out and part of the exhibition is a history of Limoges from early times.
There is an internal...More
I wasn’t impressed at all with this museum, a very small exhibit of Egyptian artefacts, the enamels weren’t very inspiring and the fine art was average. I wouldn’t bother. We also went to have a look at the gardens which were poorly attended. The museum...More
There's a fair split of exhibits from Egyptian antiquities to local enamels to fine arts including Renoir and Valadon, Limoges through the ages with some fascinating town models through the centuries. I found the art deco enamel s particularly attractive. Worth the 5€ entrance.
Housed in the old Bishop's Palace, the museum offers an interesting diversion for an hour or two.
The collection includes Egyptian relics, remains from the Roman and Medieval history of the city, a comprehensive overview of enamelling with which the city is synonymous, and some...More
Traces the development of Limoges via a series of models. Good overview of history of the area plus a good Egyptian collection. The paintings, including some early Renoirs are good with a collection of fine porecelain pieces..
Set near the Cathedral and Botanical Gardens this museum although small packs a lot in for your €5. I mainly wanted to see the Egyptian Gallery but there is also a large collection of Roman artifacts too and the history of Limoges as well as...More
The museum is home to several permanent collections including some early Renoir paintings and a fascinating collection of models showing the growth of Limoges over the years. The real draw for us though was seeing how the Bishop would have lived as you wandered from...More
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