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Adrien Dubouché Museum

Adrien Dubouché Museum

Adrien Dubouché Museum was established from a superb private collection with over 12,000 ceramics in all forms, including the finest Limoges porcelain. For an additional fee, visitors can get the most out of the museum through an audio guide in French or English.
Do & See

Motte Quarter

At the centre of this spread-out city are two separate medieval quarters – one is the area of La Cité around the Gothic cathedral, and a few hundred metres away, you will find the Château (or Motte) quarters charming streets and lanes around the former marketplace. Around these the modern boulevards and squares surround the old districts. In the heart of the Château, or Motte quarter, is rue de la Boucherie which as the name suggest - is the butchers’ chapel of Saint-Aurélien, a traditional butcher’s home and a beautiful covered market.
Bénédictins Train Station

Bénédictins Train Station

The domed Gare des Bénédictins with its 60 metre tall clock tower is surely one of the world’s most beautiful train stations. Even if you don't plan on travelling from it, this is a Limoges must-see.
Do & See

Cathedral and la Cité

La Cité quarter centres on the cathedral – a Gothic masterpiece surrounded by gardens, episcopal buildings and picturesque lanes of half-timbered houses. If you are more interested in the history of the cathedral, there are guided tours.
The Limoges Fine Arts Museum

The Limoges Fine Arts Museum

The Limoges Fine Arts Museum (Musée de l’Evêché), in the former Bishops’ Palace, contains the town’s Limoges enamel collection from the 12th century to the present. The museum was founded in 1912 but reconstructed between 2006 and 2010 and is now modern and intriguing.
Do & See

Little Train

The Petit Train tour goes to all the main sights. It offers multilingual commentary and takes approx. one hour. This is a perfect way to get a good overview of the city's sights. It leaves from the Tourist office at:
Les Souterrains

Les Souterrains

These tunnels under the city, once used for storage and shelter, can be visited on guided tours. One of the most popular tours goes through the Souterrains de la Règle located under the former Abbaye de la Règle.
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