Musée Labenche, d'Art et d'Histoire de la ville de Brive

Housed in an exceptional Renaissance mansion (classified M.H.) and spread over 17 rooms, the Labenche Museum's collections bear witness to the rich history, archaeology and heritage of the city of Brive and its region. This establishment, holder of the appellation "Musée de France", exhibits a remarkable collection of tapestries from the manufactures of Mortlake and Aubusson as well as the piano that belonged to the famous composer Claude Debussy. It also has a rich collection of prehistory. The museum also organizes many temporary exhibitions and animations with various themes throughout the year and participates every year in national cultural events (European Museum Night, National Archaeology Days, European Heritage Days, National Architecture Days).
Dates
    • Tuesday from 10h00 at 12h30 - from 13h30 at 18h00
    • Wednesday from 10h00 at 12h30 - from 13h30 at 18h00
    • Thursday from 10h00 at 12h30 - from 13h30 at 18h00
    • Friday from 10h00 at 12h30 - from 13h30 at 18h00
    • Saturday from 10h00 at 12h30 - from 13h30 at 18h00
    • Sunday from 10h00 at 12h30 - from 13h30 at 18h00
Fermeture exceptionnelle: 1er janvier, 1er mai, 1er novembre et 25 décembre
Prices
Prices Min. Max.
Basic price - full adult price 5.5 € -
Discounted rate 3.5 € -
Free of charge 0 € -
Advices
26 bis, boulevard Jules Ferry
19100 BRIVE-LA-GAILLARDE
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