Angladon Museum AVIGNON

This museum, located in a beautiful 18th-century townhouse, houses the exclusive private collection of Jacques Doucet, a famous Parisian fashion design and philanthropist.

Here you'll find works by Daumier, Degas, Sisley, Cézanne, Picasso, Foujita, Modigliani as well as,"Les wagons de chemin de Fer," the only Van Gogh painting permanently exhibited in Provence. Also on display: recreation of 18th-century living rooms, drawings, works of art and furnishings. Interesting programme of lectures, exhibitions and videos.
Fine art workshops for children aged 6-10 years held on Wednesdays, on Thursdays for teenagers, and Thursdays every 2 months for adults.
Children’s holiday courses – Open to school groups.
Special fun guide available for children visiting museum.
Group visits every day, including mornings, by prior appointment.
An electronic tablet with puzzles and treasure hunts is available for children aged 4-11 years for an exciting learning experience in the museum, helping to familiarise the children with the world of art.
Free admission for under 4's.

Adress / Contact

5, rue Laboureur
84000  Avignon
See phone number(s)
T. 04 90 82 29 03
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Longitude: 4.806951
Latitude: 43.94614