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Musee des Beaux-Arts, Marseille
Categories: Art Museums, Historic Sites, Museums, Tourist Spots
Located in the right wing of the famed Palais Longchamp, Musee des Beaux-Arts represents one of the most prestigious museums in Marseille. While its galleries feature a variety of French artwork, they also boast important works by Italian, Spanish, and Dutch artists spanning several centuries. As you walk through the small but impressive collection, don't miss the grandeur of the building itself, designated a historical monument. The museum sometimes hosts special exhibits; check their website for the latest events. The parking in this area is notoriously difficult, so consider taking public transit here. Make Musee des Beaux-Arts part of your personalized Marseille itinerary using our Marseille family vacation planner.
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Superbe exposition deserte ou le personnel est plus nombreux que les visiteurs. Quel dommage pour les commissaires de cette exposition qui mériterait de figurer au hall sully du louvre ou elle rencont... read more »Superb show deserted or staff is outnumbered visitors. What a pity for the Commissioners of the exhibition that deserves to be included in the hall sully of the louvre or she would meet his audience (IE a Parisian fan and friend of the Louvre who speaks). There are major figures of the County of Provence. Dandre bardon. Greenhouse. Vernet. Parocel. Veyrier. Puget and many others. On the ground floor very nice selection of paintings from the Museum. Building nineteenth superb longchamp Palace. Gaudin better organize shuttles tourists to this emblematic place.show original
8 euros para a exposição permanente+ temporaria. Tem WiFi. Obras de Rubens, mas com destaque para Pierre Puget, um marselhais renascentista. Edifício e jardim lindíssimos. Enfim... É um extra.8 euros for the permanent exhibition + temporarily. Have WiFi. Works of Rubens, but highlighted by Pierre Puget, a Renaissance marselhais. Building and garden beautiful. Anyway ... Is an extra.show original
It's the day of patrimony last weekend in France. It's free admission for all museums in France. But I was not sure if it's only for European as they demanded to see your passport in the entrance. Any... read more »
Glorious building but the volume of art on show is very small you can easily see everything in about 45 mins. Investment in to more English flash cards would be appreciated.
Suffers the same problem as every French gallery, of much of the best work having been taken to Paris, but nonetheless a superb collection in one of the most beautiful buildings in Marseille. The most interesting material, including the superb collections of 18th century portraits and of the works of Montecelli, is all on the upper floor.
Very big palace in one of the higher points of Marseille. Another icon of Marseille, a must seen for the tourists.
Sophie celly grosBeautiful Museum, recently renovated. Quite small but with a collection of paintings and interesting classical sculptures.show original
Olivier TotiA little heavy but niceshow original
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