Former Parliament Building of Britain or Château-Gaillard, is a former hotel in the French town of Vannes in Brittany. Built in the early fifteenth century, the castle Gaillard since 2000 the museum of history and archeology of the city.
The castle was built on land originally belonging to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. The land then becomes the property of Tournemine Gaillard (which it takes its name) Thomas Faverill, Jean de Crésolles, the Pantin family and Jean Malestroit.
The Museum of History and Archaeology presents permanent collections of Archaeology. Palissy the base lists 74 movable monuments classified as historical monuments in the museum.