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“interesting story and house well preserved”

Maison de Bertrand du Guesclin
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Owner description: This museum, housed in a beautiful medieval house, displays many well-preserved medieval furniture and artifacts.
Reviewed 31 October 2017

one of the 4 museum you can visit with the same ticket, 9 euro, it is an interesting story and the house is well organized, fun to visit.

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Reviewed 1 November 2016

If you visit the town you can visit also this museum. It is not something extraordinary but is very interesting to see where a rich person was living at the time. It is a simple exposition of the house with its furniture. The visit will take not more than 30 minutes but oyu can travel in the past.

Thank Meddok
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Reviewed 27 September 2016

Nice old building but you only need about 10 mins to see the whole thing for the same price as a visit to the Abbey!

Thank AlanCowdell-Browne
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Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

It's an ok museum, it's not massive or anything. It definitely does look old and in keeping with that period of time. It's nice to look around abit and you might aswel go when you're there but do be aware, yes under 18s are free but you can't get in unless you're with someone over 18. I also think they should do abit of restoration work on the rooms, the walls and wallpaper are deteriorating abit.

Thank caroline l
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Reviewed 5 October 2015

This was our first stop on the island, I really wanted to see the dungeons that consisted of a few cells, it was pretty good they had plaques that spoke about some of the more famous prisoners on the island, and the straw art that the prisoners made was pretty spectacular. The beginning part of the museum was neat as you got to imagine what it would be like to live in that house. The private garden at the top was a nice surprise and the view is spectacular. If you do go to all of the museums when you are finished with the first part it empties you out back onto a little back alley which you then need to climb some steps and go left to the beginning of the next museum where you will show another attendant your tickets. The price was a bit steep as I only really wanted to see the dungeons but there is a bunch of things to look at if you want to, like a room full of weapons. So if you were to actually spend the time on all the museums the ticket cost might be worth it. But I did enjoy the little house, the dungeon and the view.

Thank The_GR_Blade
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