Princerie Museum

This private mansion with an arcaded courtyard, built in the 16C on the site of a former prince's residence (or top dignitary who in hierarchy was just after the bishop), is now the home of the Princerie museum which charts the history of Verdun through its collections which span prehistory to the 20C, including the Middle Ages and Renaissance periods: medieval statuary, old Argonne earthenware, weapons and Meuse paintings.

Useful information

Address : 

16 rue de la Belle-Vierge, 55100 Verdun

Phone:

+33 3 29 86 10 62

Price:

3 € (-18 years old free of charge)

Opening hours

9.30am-noon, 2pm-6pm - closed Tue, Nov-Mar

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