Musée de Vire
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The Musée de Vire museum in Normandy reunites a rich collection of Norman costumes, furniture and cutlery, along with paintings from Huet to Charles Léandre.
Housed within an 18th century former hospital, the museum reunites works by the caricaturist Charles Léandre and the painter Paul Huet.
You will also discover a fine collection of cutlery from Romulus to Guy Degrenne, along with typically Norman objects and furniture from the 19th century.
Tour lasts: 1 h 30 minutes.
In 2016 – exhibition focusing on gastronomy.
- Left luggage
- Picnic area
- Indoor games
- Outdoor games
- Postal or bank cheques