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François Duesberg Museum
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Discover the extraordinary decorative arts Museum in Mons, the François Duesberg Museum. An outstanding collection of new before seen, rare objects await you.
Situated in the former building of the Belgium National Bank, opposite the Saint-Waudru Collegial Church.
A journey into the life of French society of the reign of Louis XVI during the Bourbon Restoration regime awaits you.
Magnificent collections not to be missed
The Museum of Decorative Arts (1775-1825) presents a prestigious and unique collection of exotic-style clocks (1795-1815), but also some exceptional French gilded bronze porcelain, earthenware, gold plate, engraving, jewellery (including a precious ensemble of cameos) and extremely rare never before seen objects that ooze charm.
Another highlight is the magnificent evocation of the Napoleonic saga and the "Great Discoveries".
Two stars in the Michelin Guide
The François Duesberg Museum is the only tourist site in the city, along with the Saint-Waudru Collegial Church to have 2 stars in the prestigious Michelin Guide.
Guided visits by reservation to baron F. Duesberg.
Children under the age of 12: free of charge.
The François Duesberg Museum in Mons, discover one of the most beautiful decorative art museums in the world.
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