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Angladon Museum

Last updated: 09 March, 2024

The paintings by Chardin, Manet, Cezanne, Degas, Modigliani, Sisley, Van Gogh and Picasso that fill this delightful museum were collected by Paris fashion designer Jacques Doucet – the Yves Saint-Laurent of the early 20th century. They were later donated to the city of Avignon by his great-nephew and wife, who were both artists and collectors themselves.

This inspiring selection of art is housed in the Doucet family’s elegant Avignon townhouse, with one floor preserved exactly as it was during their lifetime. Be sure to track down Van Gogh’s Railway Carriages, the only Van Gogh painting that remains on permanent display in Provence.


Price from: £7
Minimum age: 0
Age suitable: 18+
When: All year around

Getting there & doing it

You’ll find the museum just north of the tourist office, on Rue Labourer. Guided tours with an art historian are possible, with advance notice. Otherwise, there’s a detailed history of the collection and its history on the website – worth a read before you go.

When to do it

The museum is open February to December, but closes in January and on Monday. From November to March, it also closes on Sunday.