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Museum of Dieppe
Museum of Dieppe

Museum of Dieppe

Credit : © Giada Connestari

Built of sandstone and flint in the 14th century and enjoying a strategic location 30 metres above sea level, the Château de Dieppe was originally one of the main mediaeval strongholds on the shores of the English Channel. The Château changed a great deal over the centuries, serving in turn as a fortress, a residence, a barracks, a prison and finally a museum beginning in 1923. The building did however resume its defensive functions during the Second World War. Nowadays, the Château provides a home for Dieppe’s maritime records and one of the richest collections of ivory objects and sculptures in all of Europe.

Technical information

8 Boulevard de la Manche
76200 Dieppe
Lat : 49.9246381Lng : 1.0701531
37 m
2 years