Museum Cavaignac-Gladin for ancient earthenware and Chinese art
It is in the heart of the village of Montbazens, in a beautiful building of the 16th century, former house of the prior who became mayor, that are presented the collections of earthenware and Chinese art objects of great heritage value, donations from the Cavaignac and Gladin families.
The collections are exhibited as in the interior of a bourgeois house of the nineteenth century for the space earthenware and a Chinese interior for the space dedicated to Chinese art.
Nearby you will be able to visit the church of Saint Géraud, a Romanesque church dating from the 13th century, with its 15th century dungeon tower and a fortified tower. It houses a rich exhibition of religious clothing from the 18th and 19th centuries and a baroque altarpiece inscribed in the inventory of historical furniture.
Capacities & Services
Capacity20 Person(s) (maximum)
Equipments and services
- Car park
- Coach parking
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