CNCS - Centre National du Costume de Scene, Moulins

(4.4/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
CNCS - Centre National du Costume de Scene has a mission to preserve the heritage of over 9,000 costumes from the drama, opera, and ballet theaters. It is the first conservation initiative that is entirely devoted to costumes and stage sets. You can view costume collections, join a guided tour, and enjoy the historical cavalry barracks dating back to the late 18th century in the Quartier Villars building that houses the museum. Plan to see CNCS - Centre National du Costume de Scene and other attractions that appeal to you using our Moulins itinerary maker.
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  • Very beautiful this national centre of stage costume, the building of the 18th century first and then the exhibitions which are renewed every 6 months. It's always well presented and put in scene, always with taste. The guided tour is a must, lively and enriching. I would highly recommend.
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  • in a wonderful place, permanent collections and exhibition very well put in value, with spirit and good taste
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  • For locals or tourists this place deserves one or several visits. The bottom as temporary exhibitions are to see and see again.
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  • Interesting visit and our guide was fantastic! The building is new but has an old school vibe. Really cool!
  • Excellent - especially the Shakespeare exhibition - but always brilliant
  • A little bit disappointed by the exhibition permanent which revolves around dance and a particular artist... we wonder if not rather his Museum! I expected more. However a great current exhibition on costumes associated with the music of the most ancient to the most recent with a part dedicated to the artist M. very nice.
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  • A must see. Expo well built, educational and enjoyable. For any age.
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  • Collection. Who can really appeal to the largest number
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