Over the passing centuries of the last millennium, Limoges has become the 'Art of Fire Capital'.
The Adrien Dubouché Museum
looks back at this history. Porcelain, enamels and stained glass windows closely entwine artistic creation with technological discovery.
Discover the Fine Arts Museum
and its incredible setting at the heart of the city's historical quarter, deep within the 'Jardins de l'Evêché' botanical gardens. Fully renovated, its collections - Renoir and Suzanne Valadon paintings, Egyptian antiquities, enamels collection - have brought it to international attention. The heritage of its past has led to Limoges' classification as a City of Art and History.
The Resistance Museum
, at the heart of the city's historical quarter. The huge exhibition and eyewitness spaces showcase the dark, heroic times of the Second World War.