Bessanson, the ancient French town once was the capital of all France, there were many beautiful watch shops in the streets and in the old town there was an interesting clock museum feature: the museum is located in the famous Grandville Palace (Palais Granvelle) in the old town. Walking through the old porch gives you a view of a historic square, this amazing original museum is within the palace surrounding the square, and strolling through it will go into a time travel tour that will allow for the concreteization of abstract concepts. The first and second floors of the museum showcase the history, crafts and science of time measurements, while the third floor is used for temporary exhibitions. During the visit, you can see all kinds of strange-looking clocks from ancient times to the present, and walk up to the tallest bell tower, view the town of Besancon from the top of the tower, and experience the rotation of the earth with the help of the Foucault pendulum. Bessanson's clock manufacturing industry is home to the French watch industry, where many famous masterpieces of watches from all over the world are collected, and there are still many expensive watch brands in the streets of town. - Detailed address: 96, Grande rue, 25000 Besançon Traffic Raiders: Besanson Old City Center, walking distance to opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday: morning 9:15-12:00, afternoon 2:00-6:00; Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Ticket price: 8 euros for adults (including Hugo's Former Residence) - Route recommendation: Small town, can be finished in one day, can be played in the order of the Clock Museum - Hugo's Former Residence - St.Jean's Cathedral - Besanson Castle ｜ France ｜ Europe ｜ Travel ｜Photography ｜ Aerial ｜ Later ｜ Self-driving Tour ｜ Hotel ｜ European ｜ European Photo Group ｜ Big Dipper Cloud
This ancient French town is the watch capital of France, and there is also an interesting clock museum. Detailed address: 96, Grande rue, 25000 Besançon Transportation strategy: Besançon old town center, within walking distance. Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday: 9:15-12:00 am, 2:00-6:00 pm; Sunday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Ticket price: 8 euros for adults (including Hugo's former residence) Highlights: The museum is located in the famous Palais Granvelle (Palais Granvelle) in the old city. From the ancient porch, you can see a square full of history. This amazing original museum is in the palace surrounding the square. , Will enter the journey through time, and use this to make abstract concepts concrete. The first and second floors of the museum showcase the historical, technological and scientific aspects of time measurement, while the third floor is used for temporary exhibitions. During the visit, you can see all kinds of weird-shaped clocks from ancient times to the present, and walk up to the tallest clock tower, you can view the small town of Besançon from the top of the tower, and you can also experience the rotation of the earth with the help of Foucault's pendulum. Historically, Besançon’s watch manufacturing industry went out very much, and it was the birthplace of the French watch industry. Here, there are many masterpieces of famous watch masters from all over the world. There are still many valuable watch brands in the streets of the town.