Musée National Adrien Dubouché
Palais de Justice
Église St-Michel des Lions
Named for the two granite lions flanking its door, Église St-Michel des Lions was built between the 14th and 16th centuries. It contains...
Cour du Temple
Tucked away between rue du Temple and rue du Consulat, this tiny enclosed courtyard is surrounded by 16th-century hôtels particuliers ...
La Table du Couvent
This modish restaurant in a former Carmelite convent is one of the city’s most popular eateries, with tables set among rough brick...
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Musée National Adrien Dubouché information
This museum, founded in 1845, has one of France’s two outstanding ceramics collections (the other is in Sèvres, southwest of Paris), so it’s a must for ceramics lovers. Displays illustrate the evolution from earthenware to Limoges hard-paste porcelain, and include 12,000 pieces from Limoges makers as well as Meissen, Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester and others.