The museums are arranged in alphabetical order of their location.

Museum of the Flea Tower Thionville

The museum (Musée de la Tour aux Puces) exhibits an archaeological collection with objects discovered in the region of Thionville, from prehistoric times until the Renaissance.

Bizy Castle

The eighteenth century castle (Château de Bizy) and gardens once belonged to French kings and aristocracy and the interiors of the First Empire are displayed.

Caumont Center of Art

The Hôtel de Caumont was originally a mansion built as a château and its park in the sixteenth century. Four elements characterise this kind of layout: the gate, the courtyard, the main building and the garden. The mansion was listed as a monuments in 1925 and renamed the Caumont Centre d’Art in 1987. Every year, … Read more » “Caumont Center of Art”

Tapestry Museum

The Tapestry Museum (musée des Tapisseries) is a large building composed of four wings surrounding a courtyard, the former Archbishop’s Palace (Musée du Palais de l’Archevêché).  The museum  stores a rich collection of tapestries from the 17th and 18th centuries and remarkable pieces of furniture. There is a gallery on the ground floor and a … Read more » “Tapestry Museum”

The Caumont Centre of Art

The Caumont Centre of Art annually organizes three major exhibitions on ancient. Modern or comptemporary art and presents the interior of the mansion and its gardens.

Granet Museum

The museum displays nearly 12 000 paintings, sculptures and archaeological pieces. Paintings from the 17th century French school, a room devoted to Paul Cézanne, the Giacometti Collection, as well as collections from the European schools (Flemish, Italian, Dutch)and,  a sculpture gallery, and Celto-Ligurian and Roman sculptures.  

Museum Estienne de Saint-Jean

The collections evoke the history and traditions of Aix in the setting of a beautiful aristocratic home. The museum shows furniture, earthenware, figurines, objects from the guilds of craftsmen as well as lifelike nativity crib puppets.