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Musee Anne de Beaujeu, Moulins

(3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Anne of Beaujeu the Museum currently houses a collection of religious statuettes dating from the middle age and usually exposed to the medieval Museum of Paris. It's enchanting, both in forms in color, because these statues are often polychrome. See before September.
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  • Located in a rewarding building, the reception is very friendly. The collections are presented in educational and enjoyable way. We had the chance to visit with an exhibition of items lent by the Museum of Cluny, an enchantment. Children are not forgotten. Home of the 19 ° century proposed with the entry is very good. This visit took place with a documented and close teacher guide. It would be a pity to miss it. If you go to mills stop you, if you live not far away, go ahead.
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  • Apart from the outside building c is a periclite Museum you n will not bad for the eyes because not much to contemplate a very decousue history lack exposure straight eating very resonant
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  • very nice Museum
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  • It is small but very well...
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