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Petit Théâtre

Remarkable civil building, Theater in Le Creusot
  • In the courtyard of the Château de la Verrerie, a former royal crystal works that is now a château, are two conical towers that once housed the glass-melting furnaces. One of them was converted into a theatre in the early 20th century to welcome guests from the Schneider family, who owned the château and the Creusot forges. Its architecture and décor are inspired by Versailles.
    The Petit théâtre can be visited as part of the guided tours included in the admission ticket for the Musée de...
    In the courtyard of the Château de la Verrerie, a former royal crystal works that is now a château, are two conical towers that once housed the glass-melting furnaces. One of them was converted into a theatre in the early 20th century to welcome guests from the Schneider family, who owned the château and the Creusot forges. Its architecture and décor are inspired by Versailles.
    The Petit théâtre can be visited as part of the guided tours included in the admission ticket for the Musée de l'Homme et de l'Industrie or the Pavillon de l'Industrie at the Château de la Verrerie.
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