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Dijon, Musée archéologique
The collections come from all over the Côte-d'Or. Set up initially by the Departmental Antiquities Commission, they were installed in the dormitory of the St. Bénigne abbey from 1930. The museum has been run by the municipality since 1955.

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Main collections

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Among the museum's major pieces we would note the rich Blanot finds (Bronze Age), the ex-votos from the sanctuary of the source of the Seine (Antiquity), artifacts from the Abbey of St. Bénigne (Middle Ages), and the bust of Christ by Claus Sluter (1399).

Further information
Knowledge base
To discover the national collections, you can access the databases of the Ministry of Culture :

Joconde database
Practical information
Musée archéologique
5 rue Docteur Maret
B. P. 1510

tel. : 03 80 48 83 70
fax : 03 80 48 83 71

Display access map

Website :
e-mail :

Library - Shop - Toilets
• from 1st October to 14 May: open every day except Monday and Tuesday, from 9am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 6pm.
• Open for school pupils on Monday by appointment.
• from 15 May to 30 September" open every day except Tuesday, from 9am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 6pm.
• Closed 1st January, 1st and 8 May, 14 July, 1st and 11 November, 25 December..

Entrance fees
• Entrance free

Also at the museum

from 1 October until 14 May: open from Wednesday to Friday, 9am - 12 noon.
from 15 May until 30 September: open from Monday to Friday except Tuesdays, 9am - 12 noon.
(subject to availability of persons in charge)
Library specialising in archeology and regional history