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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BOTANICAL GARDEN JEAN-MARIE PELT
Region Nancy et Couronne
Close to Nancy

BOTANICAL GARDEN JEAN-MARIE PELT

This living, botanical museum is one of the largest in Europe, with 12,000 unusual and surprising rare and threatened species grown with skill and care in 35-hectare gardens and 2,500 m2 of tropical greenhouses. There's also an unbeatable view of…
MUSEE DES AMIS DU VIEUX PAYS
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Pont-à-Mousson

MUSEE DES AMIS DU VIEUX PAYS

Situated in a partly restored medieval castle, the Scarponne area offers Gallo-Roman relics. Reconstruction of a small Gallo-Roman burial cemetery under tiles – Open every Sunday from March to November (2-6pm) – Guided tours for groups (at…
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
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Region Nancy et Couronne
Close to Nancy

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

The museum's collections offer a wide range of European art from the 14th to 21st centuries including paintings (Perugin, Rubens, Boucher, Delacroix, Manet, Modigliani, Picasso...) sculpture (Duchamp-Villon, César...) and graphic arts (Jacques…
EGLISE XII ET XIV ET CHATEAU XIV ET XII DE NOMENY MONUMENTS CLASSES
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Pont-à-Mousson

EGLISE XII ET XIV ET CHATEAU XIV ET…

The old town of Nomeny was the property of the bishop of Metz until mid-16th century and was fortified until the 17th century. Built between 1335 and 1365, its ramparts were destroyed on Richelieu's orders. Its Romanesque fortress (11th century)…
CHATEAU DE DIEULOUARD
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Pont-à-Mousson

CHATEAU DE DIEULOUARD

Built in 997, at the time of the bishop of Verdun. It suffered from various sieges by the inhabitants of Metz, Charles the Bold and the Huguenots. It is made up of 10th-century large polygonal outer walls with 7 circular towers and one square…