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Musee de la Reine Berengere

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Lovely museum devoted to local art

Lovely interior of the building. Enjoyed the scale model of the Plantagenet City. Liked the... read more

Reviewed 14 July 2018
402margo
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Greater London, United Kingdom
See and feel how they used to live. So worth it!

This museum is not all about an incredible art collection. Do not expect that. These walls are... read more

Reviewed 12 January 2018
ElisabethOnMaui
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Lahaina, Hawaii
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14 Jul 2018
“Lovely museum devoted to local art”
11 Jan 2018
“See and feel how they used to live. So worth it!”
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Reviewed 14 July 2018

Lovely interior of the building. Enjoyed the scale model of the Plantagenet City. Liked the current temporary exhihition featuring ceramics which fits in with the Museum's local ceramic collection which is cute and eccentric. The painting depicting the old town throughout the agres are great,...More

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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Yes, worth a visit but the paintings and pottery are not well identified so even if you do understand the French information sheets it is hard to match the painting to the brief description. Some of the pottery was interesting - especially on the top...More

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Reviewed 12 January 2018

This museum is not all about an incredible art collection. Do not expect that. These walls are truly about letting you feel and see how people used to live back then. Fire places, ceilings, windows ... oh if these walls could talk! It is hard...More

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Reviewed 8 January 2018

This museum houses local history in the form of ceramics and paintings, but for me, the attraction was getting to see the inside of one of the many beautiful wooden structures in Plantagenet City. I was there during the off season (early November) so there...More

1  Thank lovetotravelcindy
Reviewed 24 August 2016

We came upon this museum by chance - what a find! It housed several exhibitions, by several artists, over three floors, including a room devoted to ceramics. I had never come across Henri Gizard before, but now he is a firm post impressionist favourite. The...More

1  Thank Stephen A
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Don't bother regarding going to see this museum. I was really cross that I was charged so much to virtually see nothing other than a few paintings. There was nothing there concerning Richard the Lionheart's queen. Don't bothet to go!

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