Musée de la Révolution française

Local nameMusée de la Révolution
LocationVizille, France

The Musée de la Révolution française is a departmental museum in the French town of Vizille, 15 kilometres south of Grenoble on the Route Napoléon. It is the only museum in the world dedicated to the French Revolution.

Its exhibits include Jean-Baptiste Wicar's The French Republic and William James Grant's La cocarde, representing Josephine de Beauharnais with her daughter Hortense. The museum was opened on 13 July 1984 in the presence of Louis Mermaz, president of the National Assembly of France.It is housed in the Château de Vizille, which has a long history of artistic conservation, and is home to a documentation centre on the French revolutionary period. The museum also organizes international symposiums about the French Revolution.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musée_de_la_Révolution_française

Official Website https://musees.isere.fr/musee/domaine-de-vizille-musee-de-la-revolution-francaise

Phone +33 4 76 00 38 38

Address 89 Route d'Uriage, Vizille 38220, France

Coordinates 45°4'32.677" N 5°46'24.833" E

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