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Musee Grobet-Labadie, Marseille
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
A former nineteenth century hotel today makes the Musee Grobet-Labadie, a fine art museum. The hotel was originally owned by the Labadie family. In the year 1919, Marie Grobet, the daughter of Alexandre Labadie offered the city the family art collection. It is with this collection that the hotel was transformed into a museum. Come and revel in the history and art of ages that now belongs to this house. The wonderful city of Marseilles also has great cuisine and wine to offer, making a complete French holiday. Musee Grobet-Labadie is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Marseille Edition.
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Quel bijou ce petit hôtel particulier ou ont vécu deux collectionneurs qui ont réuni de tableau du Xème au XXème siècle ( avec des peintres de renom), mobilier, porcellaine. Helas comme beaucoup de Mu... read more »What a gem this small mansion or two collectors who brought together table from the tenth to the twentieth century (with painters of renown), furniture, porcellaine lived. Alas like many museums in Marseille he closed and don't know if it will one day reopen or never (as the Fashion Museum, the Museum of old Marseilles, the faience Museum..). This little Frick-collection is almost unknown to Marseille, two steps from the Palais Longchamps.show original
Привет Всем)! Любое вправильно путешествие состоит и из отдыха, из прогулок пеших и на транспорте, и из шопинга и из знакомства с местной кухней и рынками, и много многое другое. Вот для нас другое - ... read more »Hi Everyone)! Any vpravil′no journey is and of leisure of walking foot and transport, and from shopping and from exploring the local cuisine and the markets, and many more. Here's another for us-it's museums, palaces, castles, etc-that's definitely recommend this place to visit. Beauty rooms, furniture, paintings-all here. Recommend unequivocally.show original
This museum sounded good, so the wife and I went this morning, arriving about 20 minutes after the scheduled opening time. It wasn't open, but there was a man on the other side of the gate. I asked if... read more »
AnonymousVery good home. Staff helpful and very friendly. Wonderful house visit ¢ a worth.show original
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