The museums are arranged in alphabetical order of their location.

Museum of Ancient and Contemporary Art Epinal

The museum (musée d art ancien et contemporain) shows works and history from the Paleolithic age, the Celtic-Greco-Roman period, the Middle Ages and the Early modern period. The art section deals with modern and contemporary art as well.

Museum Wuerth

The multifaceted collection of the Würth museum (musée Würth) reflects artistic developments from the late 19th century up to contemporary art. Collection groups from earlier periods have been added more recently. These so-called Old Masters are put on display at the Johanniterkirche in Schwäbisch Hall.

Du cote des Renoir

The museum offers to visitors a discovery tour of the life of the impressionist master Auguste Renoir and his family, who lived in Essoyes. There is the opportunity to admire painting reproductions on canvass or on lava stone in the streets, the reflection on the Ource river, the windmill and stone houses. The village has … Read more » “Du cote des Renoir”

Louis-Philippe Museum

The Museum (Musée Louis-Philippe), housed in the castle in Eu, became the summer residence of King Louis-Philippe in the 19th century. It shows the oldest carriage kept in a public collection in France and brings to life the decorative arts of the 19th century.  

Evian Palace

The Palace (Palais Lumière) organizes cultural events on contemporay and modern art

Maison Gribaldi

The museum focuses on local history and archives and organizes exhibitions in these areas.

Willliam the Conqueror Castle

Around the year thousand, the dukes of Normandy built this fortress in Falaise. Built on the model of motte and bailey castles, the fortress is protected by solid ramparts. The castle is the place of birth of the most famous of the Normandy Dukes: William the Conqueror (1027-1087).  Only slight traces of William’s time castle … Read more » “Willliam the Conqueror Castle”