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Musee Anne de Beaujeu, Moulins

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Art Museum Museum
Browse medieval sculptures and murals from religious buildings and from the Dukes of Bourbon collection at Musee Anne de Beaujeu. This museum has an impressive collection, including 20,000 archeological works, works of art, and natural history items. Sixty percent of the archaeology collection is comprised of objects from the Paleolithic to the Gallo-Roman period featuring Bronze Age pendants found in La Ferte-Hauterive and a large collection of Gallo-Roman terracotta figurines of Allier. The gallery also has German and Flemish paintings from the 15th and 16th centuries, cutlery from the 17th century, and 19th century paintings including "The Truth out of the Well" by Jean-Léon Gérôme. To visit Musee Anne de Beaujeu on your trip to Moulins, use our Moulins vacation builder.
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Reviews
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  • An interesting collection of artefacts and pictures with no obvious core theme, but a place to happily spend some time as the range of exhibits is so wide there's something for everyone! The gallery h...  more »
  • Well displayed, well labelled collection ranging from egyptian mummies to 18th & 19th art and local faience. The current exhibition of artifacts from the Cluny Museum in Paris features statues, tapist...  more »
  • Part of Lous Mantin's house which must be visited in Moulins - amazing place, but you have to book for tour  more »
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  • Absolutely awesome Museum. Highly interactive for the kids, not too long and we learn many things. There is also the visit of the House Mantin who is incuse in price. Absolutely remarkable as home. Everything is very well explained by the guide and he was very dynamic and funny. I recommend.
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  • A small regional Museum, which deserves to be known with a collection from the Egyptian period to that of académistes french artists of the 19th century. There is also to trace briefly and always through the art, the history of mills. The exhibits are of quality and there are activities for children, if it isn't a full and fun course it is sad to see so little visited. In short if you go to mills feel free to wander around the Museum installed in the Renaissance Pavilion, survivor of the famous Castle of the Dukes of Bourbon.
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  • Visit very friendly for the night of the museums with the visit of the House Mantin who really deserves a visit, very atypical...
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  • I love ♡♡♡ must see the House maintain
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  • Beautiful
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