Charles Léandre Museum

Patrimoine culturel,

CONDE-EN-NORMANDIE

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Musée Charles Léandre

The Charles Léandre Museum has met with increasing popularity among visitors who appreciate the originality of its museographical displays and the quality of its collections. Over and above paintings by the artist and caricaturist Charles Léandre (1862-1934), other collections include Norman artists, among which an area devoted to Eduardo-León Garrido (1856-1949) and his son Louis-Edouard (1893-1982). On the last floor of the museum, an innovative scenographic display tells the story of this very old industrial town, of its illustrious figures and of the tragic hours of World War II.

Unique in Normandy, a must-see: the scale-model of old Condé (40m2) which, just like the Plan of Rome, reminds us of the town's topography prior to the bombardments on the 6th of June 1944.

Opened in 2016, a new gallery pays tribute to contemporary Norman art, with work by the artist Jack Mutel (1935-2016).

Prices

Rate for adult group : 3 € School group rate : 2 €
Price Min. Max.
Rate for adult group 3€
School group rate 2€

Gratuities

Services

Equipment

  • Auditorium
  • Free parking
  • Bar, cafeteria, tea room
  • Toilets

Sittings

  • Shop
  • Media library
  • Bicycle parking
  • Free WIFI
  • Groups welcome