Tuesday to saturday at 11:00am.
Museum of popular arts and traditions and Documentation Centre for Ethnology, Provençal and Archaeological studies. On reservation.
The former Baroncelli-Javon mansion and Flandreysy-Espérandieu foundation. For five centuries, from 1469 to 1908, the Baroncelli family, originally from Florence, lived in this Gothic home, transformed into a city mansion in the 17th century. Provencal author Frédéric Mistral named the home the "Palais du Roure' in the 19th century.
Today the Palais du Roure is a centre for Mediterranean culture, specifically dedicated to Provence and Provencal history, traditions, language and literature.
Large collection of bells collected by Jeanne de Flandreysy.
Adress / Contact
Palais du Roure
Palais du Roure - 3 rue du Collège du Roure
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T. 04 13 60 50 01
Longitude: 4.80552 Latitude: 43.948525
From 04/09 to 31/08 at 11 AM except on bank holidays.
Closed Monday and Sunday.