Virtual Visits

The public international health crisis makes it inadvisable to travel to Normandy for the moment, but you can still visit some of our most famous museums and sites virtually! Sit back, explore and enjoy!

Rouen's Museum of Fine Arts

Founded by Napoleon I himself, back in 1801, Rouen's Musée des Beaux Arts boasts some of the most prestigious French collections of paintings, sculptures, objects and drawings, along with one of the largest Impressionist collections in Europe.

Visit this beautiful museum HERE

Claude Monet's house in Giverny

At the heart of the world-famous gardens in Giverny, you’ll find Claude Monet’s colourful house, where he lived and worked for 43 years. This house was fully restored to its original condition from back in the 19th century, complete with his studios where you’ll see the reproductions of some of his most famous paintings.

Visit Monet's house HERE

The MuMa in Le Havre

Located on the seafront of this UNESCO-listed city, Le Havre’s Modern Art Museum boasts nothing less than the first Impressionist collection of France after Paris. No surprise really, as Le Havre is the birthplace of Impressionism! Discover Boudin, Monet, Renoir, Degas, Sisley, Pissarro, Dufy… in their own light.

Explore the museum HERE

Dieppe Castle & Museum

Nestled on the clifftop, overlooking France’s first seaside resort, Dieppe’s fine medieval castle houses a remarkable museum. Along with maritime exhibits, paintings by Georges Braque, Auguste Renoir and Camille Pissarro and the personal belongings of Camille Saint-Saëns, it boasts one of the finest ivory collections in Europe.

Explore the museum virtually HERE

Arromanches' D-Day Museum

Overlooking the very spot where one of the Mulberry Harbours was constructed, Arromanches’ D-Day Museum provides information on all the different nationalities that took part in the Landings on June 6th 1944 and insights on how the Mulberry Harbour was constructed.

Explore the museum HERE

Coutances' Cathedral

Standing 80 metres tall, Coutances’ beautiful Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral dominates the town and can be seen from as far away as the island of Jersey. It is a classic example of the Gothic style of Normandy in its use of long, straight, vertical lines. The monument also houses one of the region’s finest sets of medieval stained glass.

Explore the cathedral HERE

Mont-Saint-Michel Abbey

Perched on the very top of Normandy’s most iconic landmark, this abbey is one of the most culturally visited sites in all of France despite its remote location. An unmissable site, that you can explore HERE


This dreamy little village snuggles into a lush valley and is set in a wooded loop of the River Sarthe. Its quaint beauty has attracted and inspired many artists throughout the centuries. Saint-Céneri-le-Gérei is one of the six villages in Normandy to have been awarded the Plus Beaux Villages de France (meaning “France's most beautiful villages”) label.

Walk the colourful streets of the village HERE

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