Musee de la Vie Bourguignonne
+33 3 80 44 12 69
Address: 17 rue Ste-Anne
Occupies a 17th-century Cistercian convent, you’ll explore village and town life held by the rural communities in Burgundy in the past centuries with evocative tableaux illustrating dress, headgear, cooking and more.
Opening hours: Inquire locally
Musee Archeologique Dijon
+33 3 80 30 88 54
Address: 5 rue Docteur Maret
Dijon's Musee Archeologique has a collection of artifacts important for the culture and history of Dijon from the Romanesque period, Gothic items and more, also includes the famous Celtic jewelry. The museum has a high value due to the bronze representation of the goddess Sequana from the 1st century AD.
Opening hours: daily, except Tuesday.
Musee des Beaux-Arts Dijon
+33 3 80 74 52 70
Address: Palais des Ducs
The Musée des Beaux-Arts consists in a great combination of the prestigious architecture of a ducal residence and one of the richest collections in France; from Egyptian Art to the 20th Century. The museum hosts all art forms and organizes exhibitions, tours, conferences, workshops and shows, for a dynamic and often unusual exploration of its collections.
Musee de la Moutarde
+33 3 80 44 44 52
Address: 48, quai Nicolas Rolin
The Musee de la Moutarde, also known as Musee Amora
Jardin de l'Arquebuse and Musee
+33 3 80 76 82 76
Address: 1 avenue Albert Premier
Is a botanical garden and arboretum, you can enjoy of this amazing place without charge
+33 3 80 67 11 10
Address: 4 rue des Bons-Enfants
The Magnin Museum is located in the Hôtel de Lantin which is one of the most beautiful 17th-century private mansions in Dijon and has kept the ambient as a private collection and a lived-in home. The museum features works from the Italian School, Schools of the North and the French School, from the end of the 16th century to the middle of the 19th century.
Former Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy (Palais des Ducs de Bourgogne)
Place de la Liberation
The museum is renowned worldwide, known as the Amora Museum offers tours on Wednesday and Saturday only, traces the city's links with mustard, and focuses in the Amora label and the innovative marketing campaigns which played a key role in ensuring the brand's survival.
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