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Angladon Museum

OpenFrom 01 January 2017 to 31 December 2017
The museum is closed until Jan. 31st included. Since 1996, in city mansion in the heart of Avignon, the home of the museum's founders, the Angladon museum displays works from the collections of the great Parisian couturier Jacques Doucet.
From October 1st to March 31st, from Tuesday to Saturday and from April 1st to September 30th, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 1pm to 6pm. Closed on Jan. 1st and Dec. 25th.

According to the will of the donors, the rest of the house has retained the charm of an interior of art lovers with many paintings, furniture stamped and objets d'art: 17th and 18th century salon, Renaissance room, workshop of artists, cabinet of Far East.
A museum reinvented in 2016 Driven by the desire to create an intimate relationship with the masterpieces it preserves among its visitors, the museum has reinterpreted its rooms through a new display of its permanent collection, more readable, tastier, more revealing.

Entrance fees: general 8€, reduced 6,5€, 15-25 years old 3€, children 4-14 years 1,5€, groups 6,50€ (self-guided), 60€ guided tours for groups in English and French, on appointment only, free for children under 4 years old and press.

Contact5, rue Laboureur,84000 Avignon