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

26 bis, boulevard Jules Ferry
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05 55 18 17 70

The 17 roms of the Labenche Muséum ("Musée de France") are housed in an exceptional building of the Rebirth (Historical Monument). The collection of this art and hitory museum testify to the rich history, archeology and patrimony from Brive and its region, from Prehistory to the middle of the XXth century.This establishment notably exhibits a beautiful collection of tapestries from Mortlake andAubusson and the piano of Claude Debussy. It also owns a very important prehistorical collection. The museum organises every year various temporary exhibitions and events and takes part in the national cultural events (European Museums'Night, National Archeology's Days, National Architecture's days).


From 2nd January to 30th April 2020 daily except Tuesday
From 1st May to 30th September 2020 daily except Tuesday from 10:00 to 12:30, from 13:30 to 18:00 and
From 2nd May to 31th October 2020 daily except Tuesday
From 2nd November to 24th December 2020 daily except Tuesday
From 26th to 31th December 2020 daily except Tuesday


Adult : 5 €
Adult group : 3 €

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