Discover the best top things to do in , France including Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon, Musee Jean Couty, Musee des moulages, Musee des Tissus et des Arts Decoratif, La Demeure du Chaos, Institut d'Art Contemporain, Museum of Contemporary Art.
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The museum of Fine Arts of Lyon is the largest French museum outside of Paris, in terms of the richness of its collections, and the importance of the bequests received at its creation, in the wake of the Revolution. The ongoing enrichment of the collection and its dynamic artistic program place the museum on the international art scene. The museum is located place des Terreaux, in the heart of the city center, in a former 17th century Benedictine abbey. Its cloister is now home to a quiet garden featuring sculptures by Rodin and Bourdelle, among others. The museum’s encyclopedic collections are exhibited in five sections and seventy galleries presenting artworks from all the major civilizations and artistic schools, from Antiquity to the present day. All year long, the museum offers its visitors an exceptional tour of 5 000 years of art history and organizes major temporary exhibitions, as well as cultural activities engaging all audiences.
A wonderful building, located in a beautiful area of the city. Many great sights around. Interestingly the building originally was a Benedictine convent! The stunning artworks include many masterpieces of great artists, as well as sculptures and other artifacts from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Middle East and elsewhere. This is a must visit sight.
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A historic collection of textiles and decorative arts.
A delightful exhibit of Yves Saint Laurent and the beautiful fabrics he used to create his elegant dresses and gowns. I got to see the actual cost by meter of the fabrics. Lovely small museum in a lovely part of Lyon.
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'Another world exists, The Abode of Chaos dixit The New York Times already shelters it' thierry Ehrmann. 6,300 art works created since 1999 and 1,200 monumental sculptures. 12,000 sq. m of art experiences in progress. Free entrance, free admission. Open the afternoon on week-ends and public holidays only: April to September: 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm October to March: 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm Last admissions 45 minutes before closing time. Please make sure you do not disturb the quiet of neighborhood. Park in authorized areas.
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The Museum of Contemporary Art, designed by Renzo Piano, is located near the Tête d'Or park, at the Cité Internationale.From its creation, the museum has opted for an original acquistions policy of temporary exhibitions, developed in direct relation with the artists or from works in their collection.Whether for a Roller Coaster by the artist, Cai Guo-Qiang, a “Crying Wall” by Ann Hamilton, or a Salt Water Pool by Mathieu Briand, the museum transforms itself for each artistic project and thus offers a completely different visit every time. This means that the museum closes for short durations between each exhibition.
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