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The Bernadotte Museum

The museum is situated in a true 18th-century Bearnese house which was the birthplace of a soldier called Jean-Baptiste Jules Bernadotte. You will discover the fabulous epic of this simple solider, nicknamed "the sergeant with beautiful legs", who fought with Bonaparte before becoming Marshal of the Empire.

He was crowned King of Sweden and Norway in 1818.

His descendants are among the many monarchs who currently rule in Europe:
The present King of Sweden, along with Norway, Luxembourg, Belgium and Denmark.


When to visit:
Open throughout the year,
except on Mondays, 1 January,
1 May and 25 December

From 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. and from 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Guided tours available for groups on request

Entrance fees:
Full price: 3 €

Reduced price: - 1.50 € for students
                            - Schoolchildren outside of Pau
                            - Groups (minimum of 10 people)

Free of charge: - For under 18s
                            - Schoolchildren from Pau
                            - History of Art students
                              (student card must be shown)
                            - Unemployed

Contact details:
Musée Bernadotte
8, rue Tran
64 000 Pau

Tel. no.: 00 33 (0)5 59 27 48 42


How to get there:
Situated in the town centre of Pau, near to the Tourist Information Office and Conference Centre, and to the town hall


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