This museum in an impressive former palace contains some interesting exhibits related to the history and prehistory of the Grenoble region. The displays are not especially extensive so a visit need not take too long if you just want to get a feel for the collection especially as it is all in French and some of the (temporary?) sections are... 更多
Positive: Free entrance Super detailed audio guide Great exhibition pieces displayed nicely Origins of the Roman city wall Prehistoric remainings Great paintings in the modern section Overview of the development of the city and the region
well located and pleasant museum - gives an original view of Grenoble and surrounding region - nice view of ancient part of city over old roofs - free and easy parkin at the nearby museum of arts
It's great that it's free, but it's too bad there's absolutely no English, so tourists who don't understand French are left simply admiring the exhibits. The exhibits and the layout of the museum were nice, and I felt like my experience would have been great if they included English explanations. If you don't understand French, I would only recommend to... 更多
The museum was small, but all of its displays were very beautifully presented, especially the basement area where there are walls left over even from roman times. The signs are not in English, so having a basic knowledge of French is beyond helpful. If you have an hour or so to spare, definitely try to visit this museum.
All the museums in Grenoble are free for everyone, unless special expositions. The museum is mostly for its underground Romain... 更多
This museum is a combination of an archeological/historical museum for Grenoble and an archeological in situ display. When a new... 更多
Take a trip back to the 3rd and 4th centuries by just going down a few steps to the basement... 更多