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La Maison Des Vins De Bergerac

As the headquarters of the regional wine council, the Maison has exhibits on the history of wine produced in the region, along with vintages to purchase. It is housed in a striking 17th century former monastery.
Musée Costi

Musée Costi

Musée Costi contains bronze statues by the Greek sculpturer Constantin Papachristopoulos (Costi). He gave all his sculptures from 1929 to 1973 to the town Bergerac with the condition that the sculptures would be on display for the public.
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Musée Du Tabac

The Bergerac Tobacco Museum is housed in Pyrarède House, a turreted building in old Bergerac. It has five main exhibitions areas on the discovery of tobacco, its social history, painting, craftsmanship and the city’s connections.
Cyrano De Bergerac Statues

Cyrano De Bergerac Statues

Every city needs a famous statue and Bergerac has the Cyrano de Bergerac. Cyrano is the fictional big-nosed lead character in Edmond Rostand’s great comedy.
Boat Trips in Dordogne River

Boat Trips in Dordogne River

Discover the riverside on a traditional "gabarres" (flat bottomed boats) and learn about the Bergerac’s rich history. This relaxing boat trip last for one hour. You will go through a natural bird sanctuary where, depending on the season, you will be able to photograph herons, kites, kingfishers, etc.
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Wine and Inland Waterways Transport Museum

This museum opened its doors in 1983 and celebrates the important role the Dordogne River played in the success of the region’s wine industry. Exhibits include barges and boats.
Moulin de la Rouzique - Economusée du Papier

Moulin de la Rouzique - Economusée du Papier

This fascinating museum, a short drive away in Couze, has exhibitions of the area’s paper-making past, along with rare documents and examples of watermarks.
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Château De Lanquais

Château De Lanquais is a magnificent Renaissance palace complete with its own fortified castle that was constructed by the builders of the Louvre in Paris. It is fully furnished and the château is open to the public.
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