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Decorative Arts Muséum, Bordeaux
(3/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • I totally agree with Coco S: we fix it very bad in this museum which contains fine furniture and beautiful objects, but the signage is nonexistent: lack of arrows; "meaning of the visit", some parts have no sign so we don't know or is. The cards available to sensible to know what lies in a room are either non-existent, because insufficient, or too complex to follow. Exposure houselife is original, but the manual of 20 pages harm done, hard to follow. It would have been simple to mention under each object what it is, as in many museums. It's a good thing we went on Sunday for free.
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  • At the entrance you are given a 20 page manual on the most important parts of the museums but it is very poorly done! We fix very badly in the Museum, it lacks arrows "meaning of the visit". There - it development? Because objects of modern style 70s faced the middle of the show Louis XIV!
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  • Bordeaux for over 10 years, I found this museum as part of the expo houselife. Being not fascinated by the collection of trinkets, furniture and dishes of the 18th and 19th I had more for the building, but the expo houselife same very skillfully many furniture, lamps and dishes contemporary, with a staging that creates the surprise and enchantment, associated with ambience sound and olfactory, j l was delighted of this visit. Ma'am the curator, keep momentum going to dust off a museum that could be very annoying! Bravo
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  • Interesting set up of beautiful French house. Fully furnished with additional display cases if ceramic, silver, and glass wear. Information wonderfully presented in both French and English. Beautiful wood floors.
  • Excellent series of room-sets illustrating interior decoration in Bordeaux over the years.
  • Museum old-school", that smells like dust and anything: everything is mixed, unlikely and without logical path. Big disappointment! ... And what about the word DESIGN announced in the name of the place. Largely preventable during a visit of Bordeaux!
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  • The visit to the Museum worth by its location in a beautiful hotel particular, typically Bordeaux. Visitors will help them be aware of the lifestyle of the good company from Bordeaux in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Negatives though: collections are a bit redundant (a lot of earthenware, porcelain and silver) and insufficiently highlighted. Finally, the museography insist little or insufficiently well on maintained relationships between the decorative arts and the history of the Bordeaux City: collections of Caribbean inspirations have been relegated to the top floor. the parallel between the age of Bordeaux gold (in the 18th century) and the downgrading of the city can also be seen in the decorative arts is not quite readable.
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  • Of sumptuous rooms decorated with period furniture Louis XIV, Louis XV, etc. A visit that makes us to escape the time of one hour, a very good time in this authentic building! To echo some notice, I myself also not understood the "design" in the title of the Museum. We are 100% in the decorative art of time.
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