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Just 20 minutes away from the city centre of Lille, experience one of the largest museums in northern EuropeLocated in the heart of a leafy sculpture park, the LaM holds over 4 500 exceptional works of art from the 20th and 21st centuries, in...more
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1 allee du Musee, 59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq, Lille, France
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One of those modern galleries that looks huge from the outside, but seems to have little inside. It’s just been rehung, but apart from the Picasso’s, it had nothing to engage me, and I was done in 20 minutes.
It is a very short Metro journey from Lille City Centre to Pont de Bois. From there we couldn't find the recommended bus so walked from the Metro to the Museum. The walk was pleasant, taking around 20 minutes, passing through a park and mainly...More
I real gem in Lille. We went on the first Sunday of the month which meant it was free entry (a pleasant surprise to us). I'm a big fan of cubism, and so the Picasso's and Braque's were a real joy to see. It's an...More
We enjoyed the early 20th c. art in the regular collection, which houses several Picasso's, Van Dongens, and Légèrs, among others. The Art Brut work, exhibited in the most recently added wing, was not to our taste -- with the exception of the intriguing wooden...More
When we visited some of the galleries were closed, but the ticket price had been reduced to compensate and we had 2 for 1 entry with our Eurostar tickets so it only cost us 2.50 euros each! Quite a few Picasso’s and some from Modigliani...More
Set in a park with pleasant walkways and outdoor sculptures to delight the building is an interesting piece of architecture itself. Within are some bizarre pieces of artwork alongside conventional albeit contemporary items.
Easily accessed from the centre of Lille by metro and bus (L4 or 59) get yourself a daily travel pass for 5euros.
Clean tidy and well set out. Allow a couple of hours to get round. Bit disappointed that cafe was closed. Toilets immaculate and...More