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Varied collection of items from many clocks & early watches plus paintings. The standout item for me was the preserved shop display of pharmacy products. The wooden display filled a whole wall, truely amazing.
Kind of went by accident, but great historical porcelain from Toulouse and the watches and clock collections were outstanding. 16th century up tp early 20th. Very beautiful specimens.
The Jesuit Apothecary is amazing.
Went here on the first Sunday of the month for free admission, and glad I did. I saw the whole thing in about an hour but what collection they did have was interesting. The Jesuit pharmacie was nice but not a lot of explanation with...More
An unusual collection of watches, clocks, porcelain and an extra exhibition of Victorian optical illusions which was underwhelming. However there was an amazing glass chandelier and an automated clock which was amazing in detail and made the visit worthwhile.
This small museum is in a quiet side-street, quite close to the Carmes metro station. It has an odd collection of various decorative arts. You start on the ground floor with some small religious artefacts and a recreated pharmacy. Then to the basement, where there...More