Le Mans is a small city, but packed with the flavours of culture, tradition and art. Another addition to the city’s list of cultural places is Musee de Tesse. Known for the precious collection of paintings, sculptures and other artwork, the recent Egyptian exhibit has left all the visitors in awe. Paintings dating back to the 14th century can be found here, and then onwards, till the 20th century. Artists from diverse origins, like Italian, Dutch, Flemish and French, have been contributors to this collection. Sculptures and artefacts too add to this charming exhibit. 2001 saw an addition to the museum. Pharaonic Egypt was opened in the basement. With more than 125 pieces from the 4th millennium BC, tombs of Queen Nofretari, wife of Ramses II and Sennefer have been replicated here. While parts of this compilation was contributed by private collectors, the Department of Egyptian Antiquities have also been gracious. One place that takes you all around the world, this museum is an intriguing way to experience culture.
- Above price is for individual adults.
- Group rates are available.
- Reduced rates are available.
- Timings for school holidays : 10am - 6pm (Closed from 12.30 pm to 2 pm)
- Timings are subject to change
- Trams T to stop- Eperon-Cité Plantagenêt
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95% of people who visit Le Mans include Musee De Tesse in their plan
56.9% of people start their Musee De Tesse visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Musee De Tesse
80% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Musee De Tesse