The Maison Armande Bejart is the oldest house in Meudon which has not fallen into ruins, and was purchased in 1676 by Bejart, ... More
Maison Armande Bejart
The Maison Armande Bejart is the oldest house in Meudon which has not fallen into ruins, and was purchased in 1676 by Bejart, who was an actress in the theater and Molière's widow. Today, however, it holds the Musee d'art et d'histoire (Art & History Museum) and its permanent collection with a dual focus: art from the 20th Century and the history specific to Meudon and its inhabitants. It also hosts temporary exhibits, shows (including works by Molière), and conferences, often in the lovely courtyard and garden.
Between 1831 and 1848, the canuts (Lyonnaise fabric weavers) revolted to improve their living and working conditions. In following the
evolution of weaving techniques, this museum traces the history and evolution of what has become a Lyonnaise symbol. The ...
The hotel stands in the middle of country grounds planted with linden trees, box hedging, Lebanon cedars and chestnut trees.
If you love luxury, elegance and splendour, la Maison Blanche is definitely the place for you. It*s beautiful colonial ...
This restaurant is situated on the slope of the Croix Rousse and offers a unique view of the city. Warning:
you absolutely must book to be able to enjoy such a wonderful panorama. This former bourgeois house has managed ...