Exhibitions - History
La Grenouillère at the time of the Impressionists
Discover this charming museum which reopens after having moved.
A few kilometres from Paris, near the banks of the Seine, the Musée de la Grenouillère has moved and received a makeover!
The place conjures up La Grenouillère, a now disappeared floating boat connected to Camembert Island. Very popular with Parisians in the 19th century for its relaxed, festive and country atmosphere, the place was a tavern on the water, with coffee, games, cold baths... Artists such as Monet and Renoir could be seen there painting and relaxing.
Paintings, prints and objects bring to life this era, La Grenouillère and its surroundings. The memories of this place, which burned down in 1889 and was reopened until 1928, will surely delight you. Extend your visit with a walk around Camembert Island, which was restored in 1999.
Musée de la Grenouillère - Espace Chanorier
Find out more at: :http://www.grenouillere-museum.com
PricesNormal rate : 4.00 €
Reduced rate : 2.50 €
Free admission (see conditions on event website)
Dates and timesFrom 01 February to 23 December 2017
- Late-night opening
Things to do in the area around: Musée de la Grenouillère - Espace ChanorierRecentre the map on the event