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- The museum presents the evolution of porcelain manufacturers by highlighting various pieces produced in Limoges over the centuries. It was important that we took a guided tour in English as we would have had no clue how to interpret or even make our way through the large displays. True highlight of our stay in Limoges and highly recommended.Written 4 August 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My favourite part of town!! Lovely streets to wander around and very much enjoyed the architecture.Written 30 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The Gare Benedictins in Limoges is a really impressive building and well worth a closer look if you get the chance.
The interior of the station is well organised and has a small shop, a ticket office and an air conditioned room with access to Wi-Fi and charging points. There are also other places to sit within the railway station.
This station is well organised and very clean.
If you have any time to spare before catching your train then it is a nice environment to wait.
There are plenty of taxis dropping off and picking up right outside the station. It’s about a €30 fare in a taxi to the nearby Limoges airportWritten 14 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Beautiful gardens next to the cathedral. Nice place to spend some time wandering through it all and then walk down to the river.Written 7 September 2023
- Love a cathedral and this has all the great architecture and stained glass you’d expect. Nice place for some peace and to take it all in.Written 7 September 2023
- Definitely worth a visit! It’s slightly off the beaten path and tucked away in the corner but if you’re in Limoges you should definitely pop in. There’s a bar next door where we sat for a while, lots of walking tours stopped here so I’m guessing there probably a lot of history behind this place tooWritten 28 September 2019
- We’ve been to huge aquariums in major capitals around the world so was expecting this might be a little underwhelming. In fact, we loved it! The tanks are super clean and everything looks well looked after. So many interesting fish and sea creatures, including varieties we’ve never seen before.
The staff man walking around was super friendly and welcoming, and pointed out some baby fish that had been born that morning, which my 2.5 year old loved to see.
My only negative would be that although another reviewer said exhibits had English translations, I didn’t see any, only French, but perhaps I was too engrossed in looking at the fish!Written 26 May 2022
- Eglise St. Michel Lions is well worth a fifteen minute visit. That is all the time that I had because a wedding had just ended and another wedding about to begin. It was a Saturday in June in France. The little plaza outside is also pleasant.Written 6 July 2023
- Looked forward to this and did enjoy, a few things would improve it.
If you can't read french well, then I
Would 100% recommend downloading google translate on your phone so you can point your camera at the info boards and it translates everything into your preferred language - this helped enormously.
The audio guide was okay for 2€ but a bit generalised, instead of saying what was on the info boards.
The weapons and especially
the German aircraft (Re.2002) was fantastic to see up close, even though there was absolutely nothing to tell you what it was or any info on it- (for such a prized piece, it deserves it's own information section imo as there are only 2 known to be left)
Decent price adult €5, free for students and kids etc.Written 11 June 2023
- Limoges is famous for its porcelain industry, and this museum gives one a good look at a kiln and workshop that propelled that fame. The museum is associated with the grand National Museum of Porcelain Adrien Dubouche, so if you go here first you can get a discount on a ticket at the Dubouche.Written 10 May 2019
- We came here when on our city break. The museum has lots of information on ancient Egypt and on different types of art.
They also have an outside garden that is really nice to explore in summer.
We found out on arrival that if you are under 26 you get in for free which was great.Written 11 October 2019
- It is beautiful to walk by the river either from lac uzurat or from the road mas Gigou. Enjoy a stroll around here with the farm animals nearby, beautiful running water and flowers abounding in the parc. The walkway under the bridge in the middle is particularly impressive along with the beautiful small stone bridges.
It is not a long walk but very pleasant and you could sit and have a pic nic or enjoy an hour of peace sitting in the parc.Written 7 April 2018
- Provided you go in with the right expectations, this is a great option for a fun day out. It’s not Disneyworld, but we didn’t expect it to be and the ticket price was great value for money. Our kids loved it. The fact the rides were free once inside meant they went on things again and again, and had a wonderful time doing so. There are a decent range of attractions - eg big slides, merry go-rounds, a small rollercoaster, and jeep safari.
We were able to stay as long as we liked until the children had worn themselves out. It became a holiday highlight and I’m sure we’ll be back.
I would say the ideal age is up to 12 years - beyond that children will likely find it a bit tame.Written 1 May 2022
- Huge modern library & more. Large selection of books & other activities. In a new modern building. Parking is paid so not possible to park for free close by.Written 7 May 2016
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