Georges-Garret Museum is an archeology and fine arts located in the Old Vesoul museum. Created in 1882 by painters Victor and Jean Gigoux Jeanneney, they install the first works in the chapel of the Annunciation. It consists of fourteen showrooms spread over 2 levels for a total of 3,000 exhibits.
The museum has many works of the famous painter and sculptor, born in Vesoul, Jean-Léon Gérôme and Pascal Dagnan-Bouveret died in the city. The museum moved in the 1970s in the former Ursuline convent, a building built in the late seventeenth siècle.Il today consists of two rooms, which each show a different theme. On the ground floor are exposed Gallo-Roman stelae discovered in Haute-Saône.