Musée de la Résistance
Built between 1273 and 1888, Limoges' Gothic cathedral is worth a visit for the richly decorated Portail St-Jean, as well as a glorious...
Jardin de l'Évêché
Near Cathédrale St-Étienne is Limoges' botanical garden, where medicinal and toxic herbs have been grown since medieval times.
Musée des Beaux Arts
Fresh from a €25-million refurbishment, the city's huge arts museum is lodged inside Limoges’ 18th-century bishops' palace. It's a...
Musée de la Résistance information
Lonely Planet review
The Limousin was a stronghold of the Resistance during WWII, and this newly reopened museum explores the story of the region's struggle against German occupation through a mix of archive film, photography and lots of wartime memorabilia, including photos, letters, diaries and military hardware. Look out for a Free French aeroplane on the upper floors.