Arts and heritage

Musées, châteaux

Here, the 18th century is everywhere. From the Abbaye des Prémontrés to the royal Place Stanislas, the Château des Lumières at Lunéville to the National Stud at Rosières-aux-Salines, and so on. So many exceptional historical sites, classed as UNESCO world heritage sites.

The Ecole de Nancy was founded here, spearhead of the Art Nouveau movement in France. Great artists from Lorraine, Emile Gallé at the forefront, expressed their vision of this decorative art inspired by nature, in architecture, glass and crystal ware, stained-glass windows, metalwork, and even cabinet making

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ESPACE TEM
Region Terres de Lorraine
Close to Saxon-Sion

ESPACE TEM

In this cultural and rural farm and its perennial garden, the aim is to show with originality creations of 20 visual artists with a well-known career here in the east.
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Nancy

MUSEE DE LAY SAINT CHRISTOPHE

The museum features faithfully recreated interiors – such as a dining room, bedroom and kitchen – alongside workshops of artisans, stonemasons, tinsmiths, distillers, blacksmiths, winemakers and carpenters, all reflecting local history. It…
ART NOUVEAU MUSEUM
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Region Nancy et Couronne
Close to Nancy

ART NOUVEAU MUSEUM

As the 20th century moved closer, numerous artists in Nancy looked at the design of furniture and objets d’art with a new dynamism - it was their enthusiastic creativity that led to the Nancy School. The collections and atmosphere in the Nancy…
MUSEE DE LA MACHINE AGRICOLE
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Pont-à-Mousson

MUSEE DE LA MACHINE AGRICOLE

Former farm converted into a museum, allows discovering 60 years of agricultural mechanisation, over more than 1200 square metres: from hand tools to machines drawn by animals, old tractors and various means of transport of our ancestors.…
 OUTSTANDING VILLAGE PRENY
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Pont-à-Mousson

OUTSTANDING VILLAGE PRENY

The village, dominated by the castle, is spread over three floors. The vineyards once stood on the slopes with terraced facing south, giving it the appearance of a village in Provence. Therefore, Prény can not be placed in the category of…