Musée d’art et d’archéologie du Pays de Laon

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The Musée du Pays de Laon takes visitors on a journey through time and space, from prehistory to the 19th century. The rooms devoted to Mediterranean archaeology (Egypt, Cyprus, Greece, Etruscan and Roman civilizations) have been given a new thematic presentation. Furniture and earthenware from the 18th century, paintings from the 15th to 17th centuries, including L’Annonciation, altarpiece panel, circa 1410, and Le Concert by Mathieu Le Nain.
Regional archaeology is also well represented, with artifacts from the Gallo-Roman and medieval periods. The building stands on a former site belonging to the Templar Order of Laon, and the chapel of the former commandery can still be seen in the adjoining garden.

Today, the Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 1pm to 5pm… (since the beginning of January 2023, access has been entirely free), and presents its temporary exhibition Shadows & Light, on view until the end of April 2024…

  • Fermeture certains jours fériés :
    • 1st of January
    • 1st of May
    • 14th of July
    • 24th of December
    • 25th of December
    • 31th of December
  • Services :
    • Free car park
    • Toilets
  • Activités :
    • Temporary exhibitions
    • Specific theme activities
    • Junior workshop
  • Clientèle :
    • Young public


32 rue Georges Ermant , 02000 LAON

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