The Louis Vouland Museum, a mansion of the 19th century, offers an unexpected break in the heart of the City of the Popes. Exhibition and collection of must-have decorative arts.
This charming museum located in an elegant 18th century mansion favours the dialogue between decorative arts of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and contemporary creation.
Located in the heart of a 19th century residential area, not far from the Rhone, the Vouland Museum invites visitors to discover a beautiful collection of objects and furniture 17th-18th centuries, an important collection of earthenware and porcelain, as well as unusual copies of Provencal and Languedoc art from the 19th and early twentieth centuries. Its garden also makes it the ideal place for an unprecedented break in the heart of the City of the Popes.
This mansion built on the remains of a former convent was owned by Louis Vouland, an Avignon industrialist and passionate art lover of the 17th and 18th centuries, who gathered in these places a rich collection of decorative arts.
The museum aims to showcase Louis Vouland's acquisitions by engaging them in dialogue with monographic exhibitions by contemporary artists, through a varied program combining exhibitions, conferences, concerts, visits and workshops for children.