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  • 1 Tobacco museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    pl. du Feu F - 24100 Bergerac

    Don't expect information on the harmful effects of smoking at the Musée du Tabac - this is a smoker's paradise, dedicated to the scents and traditions of tobacco smoking. The interesting exhibits are housed in small rooms, with information on history..

  • 2 Maison Peyrarède Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. du Feu F - 24100 Bergerac

    This beautiful town house dating from 1603 is also called the "Kings of France" house. It is home to a tobacco museum.

  • 3 Musée du Vin, de la Batellerie et de la Tonnellerie Interesting

    Museums and art

    5 r. des Conférences F - 24100 Bergerac

    The museum covers the development of Bergerac winemaking through the centuries and the different types of vineyard habitat, the activity of the «barricayres» or coopers, and canal transport using models of flat-bottomed barges with sails that used to..

  • 4 Place du Docteur-Cayla

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. du Dr-Cayla F - 24100 Bergerac

    This large shady square surrounded by half-timbered houses is extremely attractive. The Temple Protestant, which is housed in an old 13C chapel adjacent to the former Couvent des Recollets (Recollets convent), holds exhibitions of local Protestantism..

  • 5 Recollets Cloisters - Maison des Vins

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 r. des Récolets F - 24100 Bergerac

    The monks' cellar, which was divided into two storerooms, one for grains, the other for wine barrels awaiting transportation by boat (gabarre), now hosts the meetings of the Consulat de la Vinée de Bergerac wine council. Built between the 12C and 17C..

  • 6 Château de Bridoire

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    D 933 F - 24100 Bergerac

    The origins of the château, perched on a rocky spur, date back to the 12C, when it belonged to the lords of Bergerac. It took on its current appearance between the 15C and 17C, when two large round towers with machiolations were added, then its centr..

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