This museum has a great collection of art, from classics to modern and it's quiet and completely accessible. Worth the visit.
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A lovely place to go for a couple of hours. Easy to find and get to, either on foot, car or on convenient public transport. It is free to get in, but certain focus exhibitions will incur a charge. The exhibition I saw was well...More
We like art and planned this on a rainy day. We spend 4 hours walking trough and listening to audioguide. (also in dutch) Lots of great names, works that are not vere well known.
not happy as most of the exhibits were not on display and paid money to visit what became just empty spaces and and barriers blocking entrances to certain levels they should have said to us before taking our monies and the staff were arrogant but...More
Very impressive building, amazing architecture and masonry, and huge airy rooms for the artwork. The building is worth seeing, with or without the artwork inside. Largely older works on display, and mostly religious but with an odd selection of more modern pieces including Monet and...More
This was on our intinery for a 24 hour stay in Lille. Although only open for the afternoon we had to pay the full entry price. Upstairs gallery very interesting with a vast range of artists work to look at. Downstairs was being updated -...More
We entered the building without high expectations, after all Europe is full of palais dex beaux art full with xix century half unknown paintings and statues but THIS... this place was a surprise! An eccentric and pleasant modern restyle of the napoleonic building is the...More
This museum housed in a beautiful palais is undoubtedly the most important museum in Lille. The building is impressive eventhough it is undergoing renovation and there is scaffolding on the outside. The collection on the other hand is quite interesting including great paints of Brueghel,...More
The Musee houses some wonderful collections of art and sculpture and is laid out in chronological order. We chose to use the free interpretation cassettes ( they took our passports in exchange as you have to leave a piece of ID) . Wonderful modern installations...More