The Georges Borias Museum of Uzès (Musée Georges Borias) is located in the former Bishop's Palace (l'ancien Evêché). It's a museum of local area history and archeology, traditions, arts & crafts and paintings, with a room dedicated to the Nobel writer André Gide.
The museum location is at the east end of the town, lest of the St Théodorit Cathedral, which is at the left side of the tall, round Fenestrelle Tower. The Georges Borias Museum shares the courtyard with the regional court (Tribunal d'Instance).
The museum entry is in the far right-hand corner of the courtyard. Access to the museum is up two long flights of stairs — definitely not for reduced mobility. Because of the age of the building, no elevator is planned for the near future.