We stopped off here from our cruise and found the museum very interesting with plenty to see and do . It is in a very interesting area with shops and cafes.
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The museum is inside the beautiful Palais Longchamp, which is worth a visit just to see. The museum itself is average. It was ok- it has lots of stuffed animals inside which was interesting but it was pretty small and there was not that much...More
While the Palais Longchamp itself is an attractive piece of architecture and the walls within the museum are beautifully decorated, the exhibits themselves are not particularly impressive considering the price of entrance. The price may have been more worth it had we been able to...More
We ended up buying a ticket for double entry to both museums inside Palais Longchamps. This one wasn't particularly impressive unless you like looking at stuffed animals. It's the kind of place our kids might have enjoyed when younger though. Most of the information was...More
I didn't plan to come here. I had wanted to see the museum of fine art on the left wing but they closed till mid June. Since I was there, I might as well visit the one on the right wing. Though to be honest,...More
I only got in here once, as I think the entrance fees are rather high. Their collection is a regular one, nothing big, nothing fancy, but I think children should like it very much
The main museum houses stuffed animals from around the world and is similar to many other natural history museums that I've visited. The top floor currently houses a temporary exhibition called "Bêtes de Guerre". This is a fascinating account of how animals were used during...More
Palais Longchamp is worth a visit itself for the wonderful monument with the huge fountain, and located in each wing is a museum, this being one of them. It's really quite a small museum, and there's no English translations, but it's got a reasonably interesting...More
Unfortunately it was hard for us to truly enjoy because the boards were not written in English. It was a small museum and it was cheap to get in to see. The people working there were very friendly and showed us what to do in...More
not very impressive when compared with other similar museums. a bit old fashioned and outdated, they should include more interesting and modern things. got in for free on the first sunday of the month.