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Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

3 Place Stanislas, 54000 Nancy, France


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About Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy

The Museum of Fine Arts of Nancy was housed in one of the four large pavilions built on the Place Stanislas in 1755 dedicated to the College of Medicine. It has some national collections as well as some important donations of paintings and sculptures further enriched it throughout the 19th century. It was a UNESCO world heritage site and this museum illustrates all the trends in European art from the 14th to the 21st centuries.

Attractions Near Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy

Place Stanislas
Place Stanislas0.09km from Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy

The Place Stanislas is a large pedestrianized square in the French city of Nancy. the square was inaugurated in 1755 with a bronze statue of Louis XV at its center. This square was built in memory of Louis XV by his father in law. Place Stanislas is known as the oldest example of a modern capital where an enlightened monarch proved to be sensitive to the needs of the public. It was one of the historic places which has a lot to say.

Parc de la Pépinière
Parc de la Pépinière0.65km from Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy

The Pépinière park is a public garden in Nancy. The garden is located in the old city center of Nancy in the vicinity of Place Stanislas, along with the "place de la Carrière" and the old fortifications. It is open daily in the warm months of the year. One of the nice locations where you can spend some nice time and The park is included in the General Inventory of Cultural Heritage. The greenery and the varied verities of flora and fauna welcome you to a peaceful surrounding.

Musée de l'École de Nancy
Musée de l'École de Nancy1.85km from Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy

The Musée de l'École de Nancy is a museum located in Nancy and dedicated to the artistic movement of Nancy Art Nouveau known as the École de Nancy. Housed in the former property of Eugène Corbin. It has a lot of collections developed by the artists of the School of Nancy. The adjoining garden is home to a number of plant varieties designed by contemporary Nancy horticulturalists. There are so many things to see in and around this place and an aquarium pavilion too.

Lac de Madine
Lac de Madine41.35km from Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy

Lac de Madine is a beautiful lake that was located at the border between Meurthe-et-Moselle and Meuse. It was one of the famous fishing and camping site in this area. People are being attracted here by the natural beauty of this area. , Madine Lake offers you the opportunity to discover a set of unspoiled nature, an ideal place for bird watching and hiking too.

Centre Pompidou-Metz
Centre Pompidou-Metz46.12km from Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy

The Pompidou-Metz center is a public cultural cooperation 2 art establishment located in Metz, between the Parc de la Seille and the train station. Its construction is carried out as part of the development operation of the Amphitheater district. It is an art center dedicated to modern and contemporary art, whose cultural project is the presentation of temporary exhibitions and the programming of live shows, cinema sessions, and conferences in two dedicated rooms.

La Petite Venise
La Petite Venise46.95km from Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy

The little Venice of Colmar is a picturesque old tourist area, in the district of Krutenau, in the southern suburb of the historic center of Colmar, in Haut-Rhin, in Alsace. It is named after Venice, Italy , in relation to the historical picturesque organization of the life of the district, around its canals of the Lauch. This place is, with its many charming hotels, restaurants, winstubs , pastry shops, and shops, one of the best preserved old medieval traditional sectors, picturesque, enhanced

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Grand Est is a vast new region in Eastern France, the unification of the former historical regions of Champagne-Ardenne, Alsace, and Lorraine. Its geographical location – bordering Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, and Switzerland – makes of the Grand Est an interesting cultural melting pot which can be clearly seen in its architecture and tasted in its gastronomy.