Museé des Beaux Arts

Angers, France

The museum of fine arts in Angers is arranged according to two themes: the history of Angers told through works of art from Neolithic to modern times and fine arts from the 14th century. Don’t miss the intriguing display of religious antiquities on the first floor.

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Trung Kiên Nguyễn (5 months ago)
22/10/2022 Beautiful
Giorgos Koubouris (7 months ago)
Magnificent experience in a very rich museum full of very impressive pieces of art. Great diversity in the content. Excellent organization and hospitality.
My Quang Tuyet (9 months ago)
A must visit museum in ANGERS The staffs are supportive and friendly, he can speak English. The ticket is 4€. They will ask you where you’re from for statistics ? The architect is awesome, lots of amazing art inside for you to discover. Highly recommend if you got a chance in Angers
siyu lin (2 years ago)
Great museum! Got millions of nice paintings!
Andranik Petrosyan (2 years ago)
Impressive got everything what you need art contemporary was great staff helpful
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