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Musee Baron Gerard

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Musee Baron Gerard

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37 rue du Bienvenu, 14400, Bayeux France
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houston1949 wrote a review Oct 2019
Baton Rouge, Louisiana106 contributions75 helpful votes
A large range of items. Not really for kids. It ranges from Roman items to 17th and 18th century pottery. The best thing to do is get the 3 museum ticket (War Museum, Bayeux Tapestry and this museum) for one price (15 Euros).
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Date of experience: September 2019
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CCR_GR wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom105 contributions30 helpful votes
Our Appartment was right next door and we eventually got round to taking a tour round it. - very worth while indeed. Some real surprises including the Bishops Courtroom and Chapel. It is laid out starting from ancient times and proceeds accordingly. The sections have been really well planned and some of the exhibits were in our opinion quite wonderful. The Lace Making Gallery and some of the costumes on show are a sight to behold. Thd Art Gallery although not the biggest , packed quality - was really taken with some of the Art of the region.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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PennyW wrote a review Sep 2019
Chester, United Kingdom4,281 contributions105 helpful votes
We were so impressed with this place, not only for its contents but for the building itself. The architect must have had a lot of fun, and the client deep pockets. Brilliantly presented items from Bayeux's past showing importance of lace and porcelain industries as well as many many other things. A definite must see when in Bayeux.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Karen B wrote a review Sep 2019
Sydney, Australia41 contributions5 helpful votes
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This is a most interesting museum which is included in the price of the three museums - this one, the Tapestry and D.Day. Starting with objects found from the Roman era to the porcelain displays, it moves through time with much art, displays of historical artefacts including Roman road signs as well as coinage and pottery from the ancient era. It corporates the history of Bayeux as the stories behind the objects and art are told. Recommended.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Adventurers049 wrote a review Jul 2019
Brisbane, Australia2,630 contributions773 helpful votes
Unfortunately, the displays on the ground floor are only labelled in French. On the first floor, the text is in French and English. Don't miss visiting the chapel that is just behind the law chamber.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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