PONT-AUDEMER

Musée Alfred Canel

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In Pont-Audemer, the historian, archaeologist and politician Alfred Canel (1803-1879) was a fervent defender of state schools and knowledge for all. He created a public library in his home, an elegant luxury townhouse. And it is where the museum is now located. You will visit a real cabinet of curiosities comprising old books (25,000 volumes), an art and science gallery, an archaeological exhibition, etc. In addition to its permanent collections, the museum also holds temporary exhibitions. And it had the great idea of creating an "explorer's guide" especially for the children. Coleo, the little beetle guides children along the way. The museum also provides digital activities.
Contact details

Musée Alfred Canel

64 rue de la République

27500 PONT-AUDEMER

Phone : 02 32 56 84 81

Booking

Recommended for individuals Obligatory for groups

Fixed telephone :

Type of reservation :

Direct reservation

Rates

Gratuities
Rate for adult group from 1,50 at 3 €
Gratuities
Means of payment

Postal or bank cheques

Cash

Services

Audio guide

Specially for families

Shop

Activities

Supervised learning activity

Learning activity

Adult workshop

Junior workshop

Conferences

Temporary exhibitions

Facility

Guided tour

Educational visits

Visits

VisitsIndividualGroup
Visite libre en permanence - yes
Visite guidées sur demande - yes
Visite pédagogique en permanenceyes -
Average time60 minutes60 minutes
Further informationHelp sheets for the tour of the rooms, fact sheets in large print, adaptations of relief works and contrasting colours, documents in braille available to visitors.
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Group

Groups acccepted
Minimum number of people 10
Maximum number of people 30
Guided tours of the permanent collections. Themed tours: "a bibliophile's books", "fine arts" or other themes on request. Guided tours of the temporary exhibitions.