Musée gruérien et Bibliothèque de Bulle, Bulle

(4.3/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
Learn about the region at Musée gruérien et Bibliothèque de Bulle, housing a collection containing thousands of paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, tools, ceramics, photos, textiles, and other objects related to Gruyere's history and ethnography. Established a century ago, the museum preserves and presents the region's cultural heritage through its interactive exhibits narrating the social, religious, and economic history of Gruyere's people. History buffs looking to expand their museum experience can also take a guided tour of Bulle city center, which includes visits to its notable monuments, parks, and squares. Browse the website for opening hours, tour info, and a printable brochure about the permanent exhibit. Add Musée gruérien et Bibliothèque de Bulle to your Bulle travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Bulle trip itinerary builder.
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  • Wonderful Museum with so much to see, hear and learn. Very well designed and comfortable. Bravo and hospitality is great.
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  • It has a very good historical exhibition of Gruyère. The museum is well maintained and offers also interesting temporary exhibitions. You should visit it if you pass near Bulle. 
  • It's nice I am asked what I want before the body so I was waiting at the cash to pay my ticket. There are more guards than visitors, and all ready to draw their remarks. Yet I ride to the Museum I pay my ticket it is not to touch the glass. I walked into a room, it was apparent an audio room and it made me understand that it helps no one to stay in the room with no audio device. A guard by visitor, the keeper who looks that the visitor look at the pots on display without touching them. What a show.
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