Hôtel Cabu Musée d’Histoire et d’Archéologie

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    Sixteenth century archaeological and historical museum of Orléans. This Renaissance hotel is ascribed to the architect, Jacques I Androuet du Cerceau and was built in 1550 for Philippe Cabu, a lawyer at Châtelet. The façade overlooking the courtyard is organised on three levels and is bedecked with a rich decor, with three superposed orders, typical of the style of Henry II. It contains a Gallo-Roman archaeology room, a medieval history collection, representations of Joan of Arc, ceramics and a room devoted to the port of Orléans and its activities.

    Spoken languages ​​:French, English
    Languages ​​documentation:English, German, Spanish
    Visiting languages:English, German, Spanish, Italian
    Home groups:yes
    Information panel :French

    Means of payment

    • American Express
    • Carte bleue
    • Postal or bank cheques
    • Cash
    • Eurocard - Mastercard
    • Visa

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    Individual visits

    Free visit (permanence):yes
    Free visit (request):no
    Guided tour (permanence):no
    Guided tour (request):yes
    Duration of the visit:01:30
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    Group tours

    Free visit (permanence):yes
    Free visit (request):no
    Guided tour (permanence):no
    Guided tour (request):yes
    Duration of the visit:01:30
    Free tasting:
    Tasting fee:

    • Junior workshop
    • Temporary exhibitions
    • Shop

    Associated services

    • Archeology
    • Craft industries
    • Fine arts
    • History
    • House and building
    • Industry
    • Popular arts and traditions
    • Transport
    • Renaissance

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