Musée des Beaux-Arts

Esplanade Marcel Duchamp
Access for disabled : 26 bis rue Jean Lecanuet
Tél. : +33 (0)2 35 71 28 40
The museum is open from 10 am to 6 pm
Closed on Tuesdays and on bank holidays
Full rate : 5 €
Reduced rate : 3 €
Free under 26, for jobseekers and disabled visitors

The Musée des Beaux-Arts of Rouen has one of the most prestigious public collections in France including paintings, sculptures, drawings and decorative arts from all artistic schools, from the 15th century to the present day. The most famous artists are a part of an exceptional tour : Veronese, Caravage, Rubens, Velázquez, Poussin, Fragonard, Ingres, a gallery dedicated to Gericault, Delacroix, Modigliani, the Duchamps…
François Depeaux’s donation in 1909 establishes Rouen into France’s leading collection of impressionist painting outside Paris with masterpieces of Monet, Sisley, Renoir, and Pissarro.

Musée de la Céramique

1, rue Faucon or 94, rue Jeanne d‘Arc
Tel. : +33 (0)2 35 07 31 74
The museum is open from 2 pm to 6 pm
Closed on Tuesdays and on bank holidays
Full rate : 3 €
Reduced rate : 2 €
Free under 26, for jobseekers and disabled visitors

The museum is housed in the splendid 17th-18th century Hôtel d’Hocqueville and although it features examples from the major earthenware production centres at Delft and Nevers, the main focus is on fine specimens of Rouen’s own production: tiles by Masséot Abaquesne (16th c.), a blue cameo by Poterat, polychrome decorations and colourful chinoiserie of the Rococo period, ceremonial dinner services and spectacular faience sculptures. The collection leads into the 19th century, and exhibitions of ceramic-related contemporary art are held on a regular basis.

Musée Le Secq Des Tournelles

Rue Jacques-Villon
Access for disabled : rue Deshays
Tél. : +33 (0)2 35 88 42 92
The museum is open from 2 pm to 6 pm
Closed on Tuesdays and on bank holidays
Full rate : 3 €
Reduced rate : 2 €
Free under 26, for jobseekers and disabled visitors

Housed in an old Gothic church, this highly unusual establishment boasts the largest collection of historic ironware in the world. 8,000 items of great variety are on display, dating from the Gallo-Roman period to the 19th century and ranging from architectural ironwork (gates, railings, banisters, locks, signs, etc.) through scientific instruments and jewellery to furniture. The truly spectacular church setting was conceived by Henri Le Secq des Tournelles, who donated the collection.

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