Focus on the major acquisitions and restorations in recent years

A museum enriches its collections through purchases, donations, legacies, deposits and collections. Let’s consider archaeology for example.

Since it reopened in 2009, the Grand Curtius museum has been developing a deliberate policy in this area. When objects are added to the collections, every arrangement is made to ensure their preservation. The origin of the pieces must also be documented in full.

Through this exhibition, the museum invites you to discover some recent acquisitions and restorations. This showcases one of its primary missions: working to preserve heritage.