Musée départemental Raymond Poincaré
The "Clos Poincaré" is a typical house of the 19th century, drawn by the architect Bourgon, from Nancy. His architecture neo-Louis XIII testifies of the éclétisme who marked the Second Empire and contrast with the New Art Style which develops in the turn of the century in the region. The house was in very big part destroyed during the World War I and reconstructs in1919-1920 by Raymond Poincaré.
The installation of the Museum Raymond Poincaré allows to offer a big coherence between the presented objects and the place which shelters them. The visitor so discovers objects from the life of the man while going through his house.
Open from the 28th of April to the 14th of Octobre
Mon, wed, thur and fri from 2 to 5 pm
Saterday from 2 to 6 pm
Sunday from 10 am to 12 and 2 to 6 pm
Closed on thuesday