Le Musée d'Art-Histoire-Archéologie, Evreux
(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum is located next to a parking lot that is paying but for only €3 70 for the whole day, it is not very expensive. I went solo and was smiling. The rooms on the ground floor are very interesting and quite varied in terms of collection. Poised the revolutionary in the middle age in a few steps! A brief bit of everything, and the little treasures are there, you can pick them up! On the other hand, the archaeological basement is closed and the rooms at the 1 St level also. So the visit was cut short. Admission is free, which is nice.
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  • Near the Cathedral episcopal Palace houses interesting collections since his restoration business here is 50 years. Inside, the architecture of the building does not leave indifferent and collections it houses are worth a trip. The skillfully basement since the foundation walls of a medieval wall offers a set of bronze statues and stone tools and most important pieces from the site of Gisacum. If the ground floor seems dedicated to the history of the city floors offer in terms of beautiful antique furniture, a small collection of watches (onions) and the municipal acquisitions of modern art including works of Jacques Blot donation. A must see.
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  • interesting visit, we have time to see everything because unfortunately few visitors. Note because it is rare in france free Museum.
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