In the small village of Lupiac, located in the south-west of France, inhabited by only 356 people an unusual museum has been founded. It is located in the historic chapel of Saint Jacques and presents the legendary d'Artagnan, whom we know from the Alexandre Dumas trilogy "The Three Musketeers".
During the visit you can see a number of documents and reproductions of works, movie posters, a collection of illustrated books about the Musketeers, waxworks, additionally music and sound effects in the background and an audio guide available in two languages - English or French.
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Chapelle Notre-Dame, 32290 Lupiac Francja
open in July and August every day from 10:30-19:00, from September to July, from 14:00-18:00 on all days except MondaysPass: