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The Dieppe museum has been housed in the castle since 1923. The castle was first constructed in the 14th century. The museum offers a pluridisciplinary collection of 2 300 objects exhibited throughout 15 rooms. The collection is an extensive...more
A wonderful chateau housing a rather unusual mix of exhibits. The ivory work is beautiful as are the beautiful ship models. The maps were fascinating. The adjacent (free) views over the town (and the goats) are well worth seeing
Classic grim old castle on a cliff. Inside, a sweet little art collection, with many seascapes, a few by well-known artists. Its extensive carved ivory includes professional and sailors' carvings out of the past. It's a nice walk up, where there's a wonderful overview of...More
We walked up the hill (phew! hot day) to the entrance and for the very reasonable price enjoyed just under a couple of hours marvelling at the carved ivories (look out for Napoleon as a god!), the lovely collection of 19th and 20th century more...More
The building is great and the goats outside are an added bonus. Inside the friendly receptionist spoke English (although we didn't need that, but it's helpful). The displays are very varied and the view superb.
After a good lunch we decided to go for a long walk to the Chateau not knowing what to expect. The views were worth the walk alone.
We have seen enough museums to be a bit jaded but thought we would try it.
Not clear what the exhibition is about, just a non appealing entrance and a price. We like museums, but no clue what the subject was. Surrounding castle was magnificent.More
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MuseeDieppe, Responsable relations publiques at Chateau-Musee, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2017
Hello, we're sorry that you couldn't find any information in english about the museum and its collections. A tv screen at the front desk shows the visitors a quick preview. Also, our staff will be pleased to explain you what's indside the castle.