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Five museums reopened to the public one hour from Paris
1) Musée Camille Claudel Camille Claudel The middle Age Museum "Camille Claudel"

Nogent-sur-Seine, a pool of sculptors! Alfred Boucher and Paul Dubois were already in their museum before the opening in 2017 of the Museum, Camille Claudel, set in the childhood home of the latter. She lived there for three years but who were important in his life as an artist. The place gives him a share of beautiful with the presence of the major part of his work are 45 sculptures on 80, The Waltz mild to the delightful Little lady, passing by the imposing sculpture of Perseus and the Gorgon... The other 200 coins make it among other tribute to his contemporaries such as Marius Ramus, Paul Dubois and Alfred Boucher... friends of Auguste Rodin. Within an hour of Paris, the success of the museum is now recognized with more than 80,000 visitors since its inception.
Measures COVID : mask (required from 11 years of age), a distributor of hydroalcoholic gel available from the entry, adherence to rules of detachment, physical, payment by credit card without touching it (possible from the first euro) privileged, the audio guide is available for download on your smartphone (Wi-fi available in the lobby of the museum).The group visits are not possible for the moment.
note: the temporary exhibition, the Sculptors of The work is postponed to 26 September.

Museum Camille-Claudel.10, rue Gustave-Flaubert, Nogent-sur-Seine (10). The reservation is widely recommended. Tel.: 03 25 24 76 34. Prices from 4€ to 7€, free for under 26 years of age. From Tuesday to Friday from 13h30 to 18h ; weekends from 13h30 to 19h.

2) Museum of the inland water shipping and waterways

At the confluence of the Seine and the Oise, this unique place takes us into the history of inland navigation. Models, paintings, engravings, sculptures, tell the business and life of the boatmen and teach us about the techniques of navigation in full and playful. To see family! The visit will be followed by a walk along the quays of the Seine.
Measures COVID: Museum open only to individual visitors limited to 30, wearing a mask mandatory (except for children in low-age), respect of the actions of a distance of a meter, to the cashier and in the museum. Removal of guided tours and entertainment.

Museum of the inland water shipping and waterways. 3, place Jules Gévelot. Conflans-Sainte-Honorine (78). Tel.: 01 34 90 39 50. Rates of 1.5€ to 5€. Open Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday: from 10h to 12h and 14h to 17h30 and Wednesday, and Friday: 14h to 17h30.

3) Maison Elsa Triolet-Aragon Le moulin de Villeneuve, a property of Elsa Triolet and Louis Aragon House Triolet-Aragon

In 1951, the couple of writers buys what Aragon calls "the little corner of France". The poet thus offers its woman of Russian origin, a place of inking, but also a place to write. If he was awarded the Prix Renaudot in 1936, Elsa is not only his muse, she is the first woman to receive the Goncourt in 1945. Discover this place of life as it was in the time where the couple spent happy days, it is dive into their intimacy. Among the personal objects, several Picasso, drawings and pitcher, a ceramic and an illustration of a poem by Fernand Léger, a drawing of Peynet, the chairs brought back from Tahiti takes place in the middle of memories of the Russian...
Measures COVID : guided Tour by group of five people, wearing a mask mandatory, hydroalcoholic gel in the parts visited, rotary, presentation of the visit in the paved courtyard in front of the house, possibility of guided tours of the sculptures in the 6 ha of the park, exhibition Olga Luna extended until 20 September.

Maison Elsa Triolet-Aragon. Moulin de Villeneuve. Rue de la Villeneuve. Saint-Arnoult-en-Yvelines. Reservations recommended especially on-line over the weekend. Tel.: 01 30 41 20 15. Rates of 5€ to 9€. Open every day from 14h to 18h.

4) Museum of the Toile de Jouy The Museum of the Toile de Jouy is a point on the circuit of the Véloscénie who graduated in 2018 with the label "Accueil Vélo". DR.

More than 10 000 parts (textiles, paintings, costumes,...) are the treasure of the Castle of the Rose, a building dating back to the mid-Nineteenth century and built to house this collection since 1991. Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf makes famous paintings printed a nice pattern country of small characters and animals. The factory founded by him in 1760, became a flagship of French industry, of which 30 000 different designs are still an inspiration today. There we learn its history as well as the major steps of the manufacturing process of the tissues. Impossible to leave without passing through the shop which offers many items inspired by the museum, accessible to all budgets.
Measurement COVID: Distribution of gel hydroalocoolique at the entrance and at the store, 10 maximum visitors in the museum, wearing a mask mandatory, compliance of gestures barriers. The Museum's gift shop where only 4 people at a time can enter, sells beautiful masks in Toile de Jouy.
note: the Museum of the Toile de Jouy is a point on the circuit of the Véloscénie who graduated in 2018 with the label "Accueil Vélo". It guarantees to fans of the little queen, a warm welcome and friendly services. One can also after a little walk in the woods, push up to the House Léon Blum who has also reopened.

Musée de la Toile de Jouy. 54, rue Charles-de-Gaulle. Jouy-en-Josas (78). Tel.: 01 39 56 48 64.Prices from 4€ to 8€. Tuesday from 14h to 18h, from Wednesday to Sunday from 11h to 18h.

5) Museum of art, history and archaeology At the museum of art, history and archaeology of Evreux, it works very varied, bronze statues of Jupiter and Appolo, but also of the works of major artists such as Simon Hantaï, Zao Wou-Ki, Pierre Soulages. DR.

From the Antiquity to our days, there is something for all tastes! In the three floors of the old episcopal palace itself dates from the Fifteenth century, are exposed works of very varied such as the bronze statues of Jupiter and Apollo, of the furniture and the paint (Flanders, Holland, Italy, France) but also an important group of works from the second half of the Twentieth century, with works of major artists such as Simon Hantaï, Zao Wou-Ki, Pierre Soulages.
Measurement COVID: Only individual visits are allowed ; guided tours and workshops are cancelled over this period. (Gestures barriers, mask-wearing desirable, distancing physics,...).

Museum of art, history and archaeology. 6 rue Charles Corbeau . Évreux (27). Tel.: 02 32 31 81 90. Free entry. From Tuesday to Saturday from 10h to 12h and from 14h to 18h.

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