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This Musee is absolutely worth a detour.

I love this Musee. It was a little hard to find, but I was totally overwhelmed with all that I... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2018
Carol M
Fabulous modern tapestries

Jean Lurçat museum in the chateau above st cere is a gem of a visit as it is where he lived and... read more

Reviewed 1 September 2018
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Chemin de Saint Laurent | Saint Laurent Les Tours, 46400 Saint-Cere, France
+33 5 65 38 28 21
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Reviewed 18 October 2018

I love this Musee. It was a little hard to find, but I was totally overwhelmed with all that I experienced during my visit. I didn't know Jean Lurcat's history or connection with Dom Roberts, whose Musee in Soreze is also worth a detour. The...More

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Reviewed 1 September 2018

Jean Lurçat museum in the chateau above st cere is a gem of a visit as it is where he lived and worked and contains a good few of his and other tapestries which are modern and fabulous

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Reviewed 25 July 2018

If you visit Saint-Cere you can't miss the medieval "chateau fort" whose twin towers dominate the town from the hill on its northern edge. It is just the sort of place where you might expect to find tapestries and so you do, but these were...More

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Reviewed 22 April 2018

To be honest, I had never heard of Lurcat. I'm so glad to have gone to this museum to see his beautiful, striking tapesteries but also his working/living environment. The building and grounds are beautiful. Lurcat's other designs - painting, ceramics, house decoration are all...More

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Reviewed 13 June 2016

I love this museum and home of jean Lurcet born in 1892. His work is colorful and fascinating . He is mostly know for his tapestries but he painted in unique style similar to Braque. His home an old restored chateau is small but open...More

Thank Bayje P
Reviewed 22 August 2015

Absolutely true. The best of St Cere, of course Aldi there is pretty good Cost 4€ ,nice location,great views to take pics,perfect place for an artist like Jean L. To work and live....go there. Only bad thing....no English Guide. Only some Papers. Made me not...More

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Reviewed 25 November 2013

Les Tours de Saint-Laurent are in Saint Céré, about ¾ to 1 hour drive from Figeac. [The photo is actually of the courtyard behind the Musee Champollion in Figeac where a giant sculpture of the rosetta stone is set in the ground. ] Les Tours...More

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Rita B
4 September 2018|
Response from Minackman | Reviewed this property |
If you are in Saint-Cere in the north of the Lot, you cannot miss the castle with its twin towers on the hill towards the northern edge of the town. The museum and workshop are housed in the castle which was Lurcat's home