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In the heart of the Episcopal palace of Bayeux, the MAHB reopened in 2013, provides a journey through history of art in Europe, from Archeology to Modern Art.-600 pieces of art with Impressionnist masterpiece of Gustave Caillebotte and Eugene...more
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We would have never visited this small museum had it not been suggested by our B&B host at Le Petit Matin, but we really enjoyed our visit. This museum is small and traces the history of Bayeux through paintings, artifacts, lace and porcelain exhibits and...More
Interesting museum of the history of Bayeux from the earliest times. The way the exhibits are displayed is very fresh and modern. I especially liked the lace making exhibit, the chairs suspended from the ceiling in one room, the old court room and the tree...More
I was not expecting so much beautiful art in this musuem in the beautiful city of Bayeux. Roman artifacts, beautiful art, and an extensive section on lace. Truly lovely museum. Expect to spend about 2 hours here. May buy a pass to see this museum...More
Very modern and nicely organized museums that takes a visitor through Normandy's different time periods, starting with early geological periods. Very eclectic, ranging from Roman coins to modern artistic portraits. Easily one in one hour. It does not have the exhibits as other larger museums...More
As part of the trio of museum ticket then we stopped here. It is just of the square at the front of the cathedral. We really enjoyed learning more about the area and the local history that has been found and shared here. Museum staff...More
From early artifacts to actual rooms to a collection of porcelain to art - this museum has many aspects. There were many interesting things related to the history of the area. The lace pieces are amazing. It's a lovely space - nicely renovated.
This is a private collection of art and history. It has some very interesting displays - worth 2 hours. Roman, Renaissance Normandy lace, explorers, porcelain - good collection of treasures for a small museum. Shops and restaurants nearby - part of a 3 site ticket.
This is a history and art museum with a well made exposure. It makes a nice tour through history. The emphasis is on history and I could have wished for more from the last century. Bayeux during the war years for example. The Bayeux lace...More