Musée Dauphinois

The Dauphinois Museum is a window of exploration into all periods of Alpine history and also a space for reflection on our time. Every year, exhibitions, always supplemented by publications and a program of cultural activities, explore the fields of ethnology, archaeology, regional, rural or industrial heritage

 

 

30 Rue Maurice Gignoux
38031 Grenoble

04 57 58 89 01
www.musee-dauphinois.fr

Museum Dauphinois

CultureG-PASS Chrono 24HG-PASS Montagne 72H

The Musée dauphinois, located on the slopes of the Bastille in Grenoble, in the convent of Sainte-Marie d'en-Haut, is part of the close relationship it maintains with the original and adopted inhabitants of the Dauphiné Alps, as well as with visitors passing through. As well as being a place for investigating all periods of Alpine history, it is also a place for reflecting on our times. Each year, two or three exhibitions, always accompanied by publications, conferences and debates, explore in turn the fields of archaeology, regional, rural or industrial heritage.

The G-PASS offer:

  • The G-PASS is not required: the Musée Dauphinois is part of the network of 11 museums of the Département de l'Isère, and is free to all.
  • Bonus for G-PASS holders: 10% discount on purchases in the museum store on presentation of your G-PASS
Opening hours

  • 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, except Tuesdays,
  • 10 am to 7 pm Saturday and Sunday
  • Closed January 1, May 1, December 25

Accessibility

  • Reduced mobility
  • Physical disability

Access conditions

  • Public transport
    Public transport: Place Victor Hugo/Le Rabot shuttle bus line 40.
    On foot from the Saint-Laurent footbridge.
  • Foot Access
    Public transport: Place Victor Hugo/Le Rabot shuttle bus line 40.

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