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2, rue du Château - 64000 PAU
Tél : 05 59 82 38 02 Website
Housed in the castle that gave birth the future Henry IV December 13, 1553, both real medieval castle, Renaissance palace, a royal residence, this magnificent museum in the heart of the city is one of the most visited national museum of France. Visitors love to linger in front of the huge turtle shell, legendary birthplace of the good King Henry IV ... The Conservatives have focused on successive together paintings, art objects and documents relating to the time of Henry IV. Inside, simple decor with warm wood paneling on the wall, embellished with gold thread, coffered ceilings and magnificent Gobelin tapestries, one of the finest collections in France. The dining room still surprises visitors with its large table that can accommodate 100 guests while the beautiful works of art line the walls of large rooms in bright colors.