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Mâcon, Musée des Ursulines
 
 
Set in a 17th century building, the museum of the Ursulines develops regional archeology and ethnography collections. The Fine Arts section is particularly rich in paintings from the 16th to the 20th century.

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Set in a 17th century building, the museum of the Ursulines develops regional archeology and ethnography collections. The Fine Arts section is particularly rich in paintings from the 16th to the 20th century.

Further information
Knowledge base
To discover the national collections, you can access the databases of the Ministry of Culture :

Joconde database
 
Practical information
 
Musée des Ursulines
5, rue des Ursulines
71000 Mâcon

tel. : 03 85 39 90 38
fax : 03 85 38 20 60

e-mail : musees@ville-macon.fr

Services
library - lecture hall - multimedia equipment - shop - toilets
  Timetable
Open every day (except Monday all day and Sunday mornings) from 10am to 12 noon and from 2pm to 6pm.


Entrance fees
Full price: 2.50 euros
Entry twinned with another site: 3.40 euros

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Also at the museum

LIBRARY
The museum's library has a large collection of works of art resulting from exchanges between museums and acquisitions. It is open 10am - 12 noon and 2pm - 5pm by appointment.
  BOOKSHOP AND BOUTIQUE
There is a shop at the museum's entrance. Publications of the Mâcon museums are available, as well as a range of items about Burgundy. The museums also have a beautiful chess set found in a motte from the year 1000 in Loisy, as well as moulds of the most beautiful Gallic-Roman pieces.