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We took the 83 bus out to the Chateau - about a 30 minute ride up the coast. Sit on the right side for the best views.
We then walked through Park Borely to the Chateau. We spent a little less then an hour touring...More
This was my favorite museum during a month long stay in Marseille. A wonderful collection of historic and contemporary ceramics in a palace setting. The palace rooms and furnishings are in excellent condition, and the collections are astounding works of craftsmanship and style. There was...More
I went there last Thursday, on the 83 bus from the Vieux Port. The museum is in an 18th century chateau, and one crosses a park with ornamental features to get to it. The building's exterior is plain but harmonious. The chateau was used by...More
We really liked the Chateau and the collection. Good Porcelains, Tapestries, furniture and fashions. Special exhibit on Military uniforms' influences on fashion.
Not crowded as it is a ways out of the center.
This house has been beautifully renovated to hold the museum. Information about each room is available in French, English, Italian and one other I can't remember, describing both the objects on display and what purpose the room would have had originally. The entrance fee (5...More
The museum is actually called the museum of decorative art, earthenware and fashion. The collections used to be housed in campagne pastré ( a countryside style park near the eastern seaside end of Marseille ) before 2013. By decorative art, they mean furniture, textiles, ceramics...More
This chateau has been beautifully renovated to house the Decorative Arts and Fashion museums formerly in other spots. The park in which its situated is also lovely and provides a lovely walk. The room installations are inventive and well done; some mix commissioned contemporary pieces...More
This museum houses a very good collection of faience, well-dislpayed, in a lovely building. There are rarely many visitors as it is some distance from the center, so quite a pleasure. Don't miss the lovely formal gardens.