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We spent nearly 2 hours looking around the museum. It has some very interesting collections on the ground floor, as well as some minerals in the basement which were used as a prison. The rooms of art collection upstairs are well laid out. It was...More
This museum is definitely worth a visit. Whilst the exhibits are eclectic in nature many give an interesting insight into the history of the Agen region including Gallo-Roman exhibits such as the Venus du Mas-d'Agenais and the "testimonials" awarded to the local Governor. The collection...More
The museum itself is situated in a lovely building with lots of beautiful features. The collection itself is quite small but there is quite an interesting variety of items on display. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.
The Agen Museum is set in beautiful historical buildings.
It is rather wide ranging for a small museum.
Nice sections of antiquities and porcelains.
Everything is well displayed and labeled.
Includes a number of paintings from Goya and decorative arts such as wardrobes and clocks....More
An excellent regional museum particularly strong in Roman period items - amazing glassware (how do these incredibly fragile objects survive?)/ My particular favourite was a small alabaster and marble figure - the story of her discovery is quite amazing. Allow 90 -120 minutes. Quite a...More
This museum may contain works by some famous names but they are so poorly presented, it makes the experience average at best. We made a special two hour trip to Agen to see this and were disappointed. I suspect had we been staying nearer, it...More