Angladon Museum

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. 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.

Contact

5 Rue Laboureur
84000 Avignon

33 4 90 82 29 03
accueil@angladon.com
www.angladon.com

OPENING TIMES:

From April 1st to September 30th: from Tuesday to Sunday, from 1pm to 6pm

From October 1st to March 31st: from Tuesday to Saturday, from 1pm to 6pm

Closed on December 25th and in January.

 

DURATION OF THE VISIT :

About 1 hour

GOOD TO KNOW:

Last ticket sold 45 minutes before closing
-The museum is fully accessible to disabled people and strollers. 

 

FULL PRICE: 8€

​VISIT INCLUDED IN THE PASS 

 

DO YOU WANT MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE NEW EXHIBITION "PICASSO.LEVER DE RIDEAU" ?

Click on "Events"

OPENING TIMES:

From April 1st to September 30th: from Tuesday to Sunday, from 1pm to 6pm

From October 1st to March 31st: from Tuesday to Saturday, from 1pm to 6pm

Closed on December 25th and in January.

 

DURATION OF THE VISIT :

About 1 hour

GOOD TO KNOW:

- Last ticket sold 45 minutes before closing
-The museum is fully accessible to disabled people and strollers. 

 

FULL PRICE: 8€

​VISIT INCLUDED IN THE PASS 

Thematic of the place

Musuems and monuments, Vaucluse Provence Pass, Avignon City Pass

Public price
Plein : €8.00
Réduit : Free
Famille : Free
Price with the pass
Plein : Free
Réduit : Free
Famille : Free

EXHIBITION PICASSO. LEVER DE RIDEAU - UNTIL SEPTEMBER 22 YEAR 2019

From date 08 July to date 22 September 2019

The Angladon Museum, home to the Jacques Doucet Collection, proposes this exceptional exhibition of prints and drawings of the Spanish master.

Picasso continually returned to the theme of the performing arts in his use of engraving. From his series Saltimbanques engraved in 1905 to the last erotic plates that were part of the series referred to as 347, made between March and October 1968, Picasso worked on this theme.

From circus tents to the arena, from arenas to the atelier, from the atelier to the alcove, circus prowess, bullfighting, painters and sculptors working with the model and love play of intertwined bodies all take their place on centre stage. A great parade, with countless performers.…

Musée Angladon

Price :
Free