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Mâcon, Musée Lamartine
The Lamartine Museum occupies the first floor of the Seneca Mansion, acquired in 1896 by the Mâcon Academy. Created by it in 1969 to mark the centenary of the poet's death, it was renovated in 1990 by the town of Mâcon, which took over its operation and management.

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Main collections

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  Fine arts History
The Lamartine Museum, set up in the Senecé House, displays the writer's life, works and political involvement. In this Regency style building works by romantic artists, including Marianne de Lamartine, accompany the visit.

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

Joconde database
Practical information
Musée Lamartine
41, rue Sigorgne
71000 Mâcon

tel. : 03 85 38 96 19
fax : 03 85 38 20 60

e-mail :

shop - toilets
Open every day (except Monday all day and Sunday mornings) from 10am to 12 noon and from 2pm to 6pm.

Entrance fees
Full price: 2.50 euros for 1 museum
Entry twinned with another site: 3.40 euros

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Also at the museum

There is a shop at the museum's entrance. Various items about Lamartine's life and work and the museum catalogue are on sale. The shop also has a mould of a bust of Lamartine by Brian.