These include the Victor Brun Natural History Museum, which is comprised of a number of rooms where wild animals, exotic birds, meteorites, minerals and fossils cohabit.
Take advantage of your ticket to the Ingres Bourdelle Museum to discover, free of charge, the Victor Brun Museum.
Thanks to its generous donors, the Resistance and Veterans Museum is open to the public. It has become a vehicle to help understand various historical aspects of the two World Wars.
The Journeymen Museum (musée des Compagnons des devoirs unis) displays some eighty masterpieces. Combining tradition and modernity, it retraces the history of the skilled craftsman.
The fantasy world of a child fifty years ago has today become a reality. The Toy Museum (musée des jouets) has opened its doors with more than two hundred objects. It is here that Barbie rubs shoulders with Meccano Sets from another era. A delight for young and old alike!
And finally the most unusual museum of all, the tiniest one in France that fits inside a suitcase!
Learn all about the history of the city and the passionate people who have made it their home.