Musee de la Vie Bourguignonne, Dijon

(4.4/5 based on 200 reviews on the web)
Located in the cloister of the Monastery of Bernardine, Musee de la Vie Bourguignonne presents a collection of rural and city ethnographic items, including costumes, toys, furniture, and tools from everyday life in Dijon from the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Three levels include a reading room, a media room, and temporary collections. Make Musee de la Vie Bourguignonne a part of your Dijon vacation plans using our Dijon holiday planner.
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  • Fun to do with teenagers and children visit! The ground floor is very friendly and the floor with the shops also! We could not visit all by lack of time, but it is to do!
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  • This museum shows what life was like in the region. Habits, dressing rooms and costumes at the beginning of the 20th century. Very ineressante
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  • Nice little Museum in a lovely summer and winter. Collections original and rich, put in value by a museography of quality.
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  • Surprisingly interesting museum. Reconstructed stores from 19th century Dijon.
  • Museum very interesting, we learn a lot of thing on Dijon and Burgundy. A good collection and beautifully restored shops. Hat!
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  • A museum that deserves to be known, including by the Dijon themselves that somewhat seem to ignore it. Located in a former convent, the first floor is particularly interesting. There are replicas of old stores of Dijon, Dijon former plans, explanations about the origin of mustard in Dijon and some other stuff yet. History lovers will be happy.
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  • The Museum is wonderful. Traders Gallery is must-see
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  • The Museum staff is not at the height. We have followed by two associate of the Museum in the exhibition on the war 14-18, who were telling all their family problems in a very loud voice. This is unacceptable!
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