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A short walk from the Docks was this little hidden of a museum. Beautiful architecture and a series of small but very professionally curated museum from Africa and the America's. Our 2 kids under 10 got in for free and loved taking (no flash) photos...More
The Centre de la Vieille Charite is an interesting old building (previously a hospital) that houses a diverse collection of artefacts from a number of countries - and also houses research facilities and a research library. There is also a chapel/church and a popular cafe...More
You can get in and take a look for free but not have access to exhibitions which were fabulous. You can also eat at the café inside without a ticket and although we didn't eat there the good looked great and was really good value...More
La Vieille Charité is an ancient 17th century almshouse in the Panier now housing an excellent collection of antiquities, Egyptian and other oriental artifacts on its upper floors and temporary exhibits on the main floor. Some of Picasso’s Voyages imaginaires (Imaginary Voyages) was shown when...More
A must to see the Picasso exhibit (much nicer than Mucem Fort André one!!!) (you can buy a ticket to see the two)...if you are in marseille for a while...check out the 45 euros pass to visit all 14 museums for a year ... I...More
The building houses a museum, and a lovely cafe. It was sunny the day we visited and seating in the cafe having a glass of wine and admiring the serene architecture seemed like the right thing to do. This used to be a homeless shelter...More