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The Édouard Piette collection

Weekdays (1h) and weekends (1h30)
Collections permanentes

The Piette Room is unlike any other museum room in the world.

This exhibition room is first and foremost remarkable for what it contains: a fabulous collection of prehistoric tools, weapons and art objects discovered in the XIXth century by Édouard Piette during excavations in the Pyrenees.

Many masterpieces are on display, including the famous "Dame à la Capuche" discovered at Brassempouy, in the Landes region. The scenography has remained unchanged since the XIXe.

Enter a veritable time machine for a one-of-a-kind visit!

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Weekdays - 1h

At 11:30 am: Wednesdays and school vacations

At 3:30pm: Monday, Thursday, Friday (excluding school vacations)

Weekends - 1h30

At 11am or 2pm

Conference fee €5 or €7 + admission fee €6 (free for under-26s)

Booking is subject to availability.

GROUP REQUEST
Please contact the Service du développement culturel et des publics (Monday to Friday, 9am to 12:30pm)

Adults Adolescents
A museum in a castle
11 a.m., 2 p.m. or 3 p.m - 1h30 - From age 13