The magnificent Palais des ducsde Bourgogne Duke of Burgundy complex is located in the centre of Dijon and has long been the political center of Burgundy. The Gothic Duke Palace of the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries was the most primitive part. The Duke's residence, the Royal dining room, the good man Philip Tower and the Bar courtyard were built in the seventeenth to eighteenth centuries. On the West Wing of the Duke's Palace is the City Hall and on the east there is an art gallery. The good man, Philippele Bon, stands high in the middle of the complex and is named after Philip III, the third generation Duke of Burgundy of the widely beloved Valua Dynasty. Philip Tower opens from 9:00 to 12:00 in late November, 13:45 to 17:30 in late November, 13:30 to 15:30 on Wednesday, and 9:00 to 15:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. Adult tickets are 2.3 Euros, children are free. It's 10 minutes'walk from the railway station.