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Installed in the old Palace of the Dukes and of Burgundy since it opened in 1799, the Fine Arts Museum of Dijon is one of the oldest and, in terms of its collections, richest museums of France. For the inauguration in May 2019, 50 museum rooms have been entirely transformed to display over 1500 works from Antiquity to contemporary art in a building that counts among the patrimonial high points of Dijon. This exceptional site is not to be missed!

Visit in french only. An English paper may be given at the start of the visit.

Office de Tourisme de Dijon Métropole

11 Rue des Forges 21000 - DIJON
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