Decorative Arts Museum


Housed inside the 18th century Hôtel de Lalande, the Museum of Decorative Arts of Bordeaux showcases many forms of decorative arts from several different eras including furniture, glassware, silverware, ceramics, engravings, sculptures and more.

With rooms dressed in the 17th and 18th century style downstairs, four small rooms decorated in the 19th century and others with Art Nouveau designs, you can explore the history of France, and especially Bordeaux, through these beautiful decorative objects of the past


Places to visit nearby

Bordeaux in Aquitaine is the region's capital and the home of French wine-making, recognised world-wide for its excellent wines, and is beautifully situated on the River Garonne.

Saint-Émilion in Aquitaine is the oldest wine area in the Bordeaux region and is a pretty medieval town with magnificent underground catacombs.

Arcachon in Aquitaine is a beautiful coastal town inside the inspiring inland sea of the bay of Arcachon.

Nearby attractions

Containing works of art from the 15th century to the 20th century, the Museé des Beaux Arts is one of the 10 largest fine arts museums in France.

Built on the design of a Latin cross, the Romanesque cathedral of the 11th century has largely disappeared, except for the walls of the nave, after most of the cathedral was rebuilt in the Angevin Gothic style between the 12th...

Presenting the history of the Aquitaine region from prehistory to the present day, the Museum of Aquitaine contains prestigious collections of archaeological and enthnographical artefacts.