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Musée Suffren et du Vieux Saint-Cannat

Musée Suffren et du Vieux Saint-Cannat
Musée Suffren et du Vieux Saint-Cannat
Musée Suffren et du Vieux Saint-Cannat
Musée Suffren et du Vieux Saint-Cannat
Musée Suffren et du Vieux Saint-Cannat

Museum

The Museum of Suffren and Old Saint-Cannat, originally established in the Bailli du Suffren's birth place is now housed in the Espace Suffren, in Saint-Cannat.

The museum is made up of two main collections. The first is on Pierre-André de Suffren, known as the 'Bailli de Suffren', a French mariner with multiple titles (vice admiral, bailiff and commander of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem) renowned across France and overseas.

The second collection focuses on the history, heritage and popular arts and traditions of the town of Saint-Cannat, as well as Provençal costumes and clothes, with a gallery of paintings and religious objects and tools.

The museum organises guided tours of the exhibition areas, as well as a varied cultural programme (exhibitions, contests, etc.).

Informations

Museum open each first Sunday of the month from 3pm to 6pm and from May 18th to September 30th from Tuesday to Friday from 3pm to 6pm.

Means of payment

cash, cheque

Location

in historic center

Labels and recommendations

Musée de France

Facilities, Services and Conditions

Parking

  • Public car park
  • garage for bike
  • various park
  • bus parking

Location