In the childhood home of Auguste Escoffier is a museum dedicated to the fine art of cooking that Escoffier perfected. A visit ... More
Fondation et Musee Auguste Escoffier
In the childhood home of Auguste Escoffier is a museum dedicated to the fine art of cooking that Escoffier perfected. A visit to the Fondation et Musee Auguste Escoffier will help you take a peek into the life of Auguste Escoffier, a French chef and a restaurateur. See the website for more details.
Lyon was the capital of silk, so it follows that it should pay homage to the fabrics of the world.
Located in the 16th century Hotel de Villeroy, Musee des Tissus traces 4,000 years of the history of fabric ...
With over 250 moving subjects and 20 tableaux, this museum will fascinate both the young and the old. A small,
private museum created by an enthusiast who has been making his working dolls himself since 1946, he exhibits puppets ...
Born in Spain, Pablo Picasso (1881 1973) settled in France after fleeing from Franco's regime. Even though he rarely returned
to his native country, most of his paintings reflect his Andalusian origins. On the painter's death, his descendants left ...