Palace of the Dukes, Dijon

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Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Built in the 14th and 15th centuries, Gothic Palace of the Dukes houses the city's town hall and the Musée des Beaux-Arts. Most of what you can see today is the rebuilt 17th through 18th century classical style façade. Put Palace of the Dukes at the forefront of your travel plans using our Dijon holiday builder site.
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  • The palace is huge; we saw an art exhibition inside, which was very interesting. It's nice to sit in the square afterwards, and people watch.  more »
  • The power of the former Dukes of Burgundy is evident from the palace, part is now city hall and another the excellent Musée des Beaux-Arts.  more »
  • Palace turned into a museum. There were a lot of amazing pieces of artwork and artifacts. The tombs were especially beguiling in their intricacies and detailing. I am continually awed by the workmanship and craftsmanship. I can barely write cursive anymore and couldn’t imagine wielding a carving tool to chisel out lace and filigree. I will stick to tapping on a keyboard and come back here to see the mastery of yesterday’s.
  • Absolutely amazing after its 10 year refurbishment programme, an absolute pleasure to visit, staff really helpful and relevant to the collection gifts in the shop.

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