Description

The Eugène Boudin Museum reunites a vast collection of pre-Impressionist paintings by the Norman artists who paid regular visits to Honfleur, such as Monet, Courbet, Boudin and Friesz.

Founded in 1868 by Alexandre Dubourg and Eugène Boudin, both from Honfleur, the Eugène Boudin Museum boasts a fine collection of 19th and 20th century paintings and sculptures, together with drawings and works bequeathed by Eugène Boudin to his home town.

Also on display: over 1,000 objects, headdresses, pieces of Norman furniture that collectively comprise a splendid insight into Norman ethnography.


Unaccompanied tour time: 1h/1h30. Audio guides available in French and English.

Take advantage of the Pass’ Musées pass including entrance to 3 museums: Maisons Satie, Eugène Boudin Museum and the Musée du Vieux Honfleur.

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Mean(s) of payments : Carte bleue, Debit cards, Postal or bank cheques, Cash, Visa

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Pets allowed : no

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