The Estrine Museum of Saint-Rémy de Provence
The Estrine Museum is nestled in the heart of a magnificent mansion, the Estrine Hotel, erected in 1749. This building is a precious vestige of Provencal architecture of the 18th century, having once served as residence to representatives of the Princes of Monaco, lords of Saint-Rémy since the time of Louis XIII. The museum, recognized as "Museum of France" by the Ministry of Culture in 2007, houses and exhibits a public collection dedicated to painting and graphic arts of the 20th and 21st centuries.
In addition to its permanent collection, the Estrine museum organizes regular temporary exhibitions. It also offers mediation spaces, such as educational workshops and a conference room. An Interpretation Centre is specially dedicated to the life and work of Vincent van Gogh. The museum is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility.
ANNUAL CLOSURE. REOPENING SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18.
Open every day except Monday.
February, March, November, December: 2pm-5:30pm
April, October: 10am-12pm and 2pm-6pm
May, June, July, August, September: 10am-6pm
Information and reservation: 04 90 92 34 72