Today’s gardens are all that is left of Eugène Corbin’s 12-acre plot- he was the industrialist who had the gardens laid out in 1909.
When you visit the Museum, make a point of strolling through this peaceful little garden planted with the iconic hogweed from the Caucuses, and above all plants from collections created by the famous Nancy horticulturists Victor Lemoine and François Félix Crousse.
- Tour of exterior only
- Visit on your own at all times
Free (following year) :
Quality labels (parks and gardens) :
- Protected historic garden