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The museums

The museums

Lille has numerous various museums thus the Fine Arts Museum, second museum of France for the richness of its collections, the Hospice Comtesse Museum, a former hospital dedicated to the Flemish art, the Natural History Museum whose collection is unique in France or the Charles de Gaulle's birthplace.
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ROUBAIX
In an authentic industrial setting, the noise of machines operating before your eyes immerses you in the world of textile factories. Technical evolution, innovation, and testimonies of workers will help you understand the past, present and future of the entire metropolitan area textile i...
LILLE
Located in the former university district, this exciting museum offers a journey through time and across the continents. Ethnographic and industrial collections have been gradually added to the original zoology and geology galleries. This type of collection is unique in France and includes ...
LILLE
Due to the size of its permanent collections, the Palais des Beaux-Arts is undoubtedly one of the richest French museums. The building, completed between 1885 and 1892, is typical of the monumental architecture of the late 19th century.   Fully renovated in 1997, its 22,000 m² house...
LILLE
The museum will open from 8th August, only on weekend. Located in the heart of Old Lille, the museum is housed in the hospital which was founded in 1237 by the Countess Jeanne de Flandre and which remained in service until 1939. The present buildings date back to the 15th, 17th and 18th ...
VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ
Located in Villeneuve d’Ascq, 20 minutes outside Lille, the LaM - Lille Métropole Musée d’art moderne, d’art contemporain et d’art brut - is widely acclaimed for its prestigious collection of modern art boasting masterpieces by such prominent artists as Georges Braque, André De...
LILLE
Charles de Gaulle was born in Lille on November 22nd 1890 in the house of his maternal grandparents at 9 Rue Princesse. Listed as a Historic Monument, the house was bought in 1967 by a group of friends of the General. Now a museum, it recreates the atmosphere of a typical late 19th ce...
LILLE
Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the museum is closed. Installed in the former Urbanist convent, this museum presents a large number of documents, objects and equipment related to the Sainte Barbe Brotherhood and Lille's city defences. 3000 objects are on display: rifles from 1777 to 1945, ...
TOURCOING
Re-opened on 19th September 2020 Tourcoing’s former swimming school is now home to the Arab World Institute, a place to find out more about cultures and civilisations from the Arab world: permanent exhibition, concerts and conferences, language classes… The museum is open on Fri...
LILLE
A unique collection in France and in the world meets contemporary art of the twentieth century and sacred art. Discover the great names of contemporary art such as: Baselitz, Robert Combas, Marc Desgrandchamps, Ladislas Kijno, Peter Klasen, Mimmo Paladino, Jean Roulland, Etienne Sandorfi, Vladimir ...
TOURCOING
Housed in a 20th century mansion, the museum encourages dialogue through the contemporary art and performance or centuries-old pieces. The museum also pays tribute to the artist Eugène Leroy (1910-2000). The museum is open everydays except on Tuesday and bankholidays from 1pm to 6pm. ...
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