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Musée Départemental Breton

  • Museum

Created in 1846, the museum is housed in the former palace of the Bishops of Cornouaille. It has displays of archaeology, popular arts and decorative arts in Finistère. The ground floor is devoted to prehistory and ancient art, while the first floor exhibits traditional costumes, antique furniture, stained glass, gold and silverware and Quimper pottery. There are also temporary exhibitions. For information concerning opening days and times, please phone the museum or visit its website.

Created in 1846, the museum is housed in the former palace of the Bishops of Cornouaille. It has displays of archaeology, popular arts and decorative arts in Finistère. The ground floor is devoted to prehistory and ancient art, while the first floor exhibits traditional costumes, antique furniture, stained glass, gold and silverware and Quimper pottery. There are also temporary exhibitions. For information concerning opening days and times, please phone the museum or visit its website.

Localisation

  • In the town centre
  • In town

Facilities

  • Film projection room
  • Fully equipped meeting room

Services

  • Library
  • Shop

Activities

  • Specific theme activities
  • Junior workshop
  • Conferences
  • Temporary exhibitions

Disabled access

  • yes

Pets allowed

  • no
Type min max condition
Base rate - full rate adult
Child rate


29000 Quimper

Phone contact

02 98 95 21 60

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