Renoir Museum

The Renoir Museum offers visitors and amateurs to rediscover the atmosphere in which Renoir lived at the end of his life. The house-museum presents in addition to intimate places charged with emotion (workshop, kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms, garden, etc.)

The Renoir Museum is located in the heart of a magnificent estate planted with olive and citrus trees, from which one discovers a superb panorama that extends to Cap d'Antibes.
With its collections, its 14 original canvases, its 40 sculptures, its furniture and its workshop... it is the moving testimony of the creative and familiar universe of the Impressionist Master who spent the last 12 years of his life in Cagnes-sur-Mer.

After a complete renovation in 2013, the Renoir Museum now offers visitors the opportunity to return to the site as it was known in Renoir. New spaces have opened with a set of seventeen plaster sculptures (deposited by the Renoir and Guino families), two new original canvases as well as intimate archives.

Renoir Garden Workshop
Rebuilt identically on the occasion of "2019, Centennial Renoir", you will discover a space dedicated to children and a permanent educational exhibition on Renoir and its painting.

*June to September: Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm and 4pm.
*October to March: Wednesdays and Sundays at 2pm and 3.30pm.
*April and May: Wednesdays and Sundays at 2pm and 4pm.

In English: all year round, Sundays at 2pm
Length of visit: 1 hour
Meet at the entrance to the Musée Renoir
Price: €3 (+ €6 for admission to the museum)

Motorway A8 + Exits 47/48 CAGNES-SUR-MER + Direction Centre-Ville.
Limited free parking on site.

Clever: to avoid parking problems, come to the Musée Renoir:
- With Ligne d'Azur C49, bookable from 9am to 4pm (0 800 006 007, Monday to Saturday 7am to 7.45pm).
- With beach shuttle no. 45 (free), which runs from the seafront to the town centre bus station in July and August,
- On foot (10 mins) from the bus station or the town centre car parks,
- On foot (15 mins) from the SNCF station.

For people with reduced mobility, an electric shuttle bus makes it easier to get around the estate between reception and the museum (currently unavailable).


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