Musée Saint-Nazaire

Place Saint-Nazaire
71140 - BOURBON-LANCY
Saône-et-Loire
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The Cluniac church of Saint-Nazaire, a one thousand year old site, was turned into a museum in 1893. Today it houses collections of objects which belonged to successive populations of Bourbon-Lancy residents. They range from Gallo-Roman pottery and figurines to 19th and 20th century old masters, medieval sculptures, porcelain and Sèvres bisque.

Spoken languages :

  • French

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  • Musée de France

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    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 15

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Last update : 03/09/2018

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  • Junior workshop

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