The Loire is suggested in its long-standing activities, such as inland waterways, trade, traditional fishing, landscapes and landscaping. A collection of 20th century paintings, sculptures and pottery rounds of this tour of the Loire.
Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye, Musée Colette A printing museum. Saint-Sauveur-en-Puiaye offers an extraordinary art museum dedicated to the writings and person of Colette, one of the most remarkable figures in French literature.
Auxerre, Musée d'histoire naturelle In a former middle-class house the town of Auxerre presents its natural history collections by way of both permanent and temporary exhibitions, organising a large number of activities around the exhibitions, such as theme days, videoconferences and other artistic activities.
Auxerre, musée Leblanc-Duvernoy The charming home of a notable tucked away at the back of a quiet, public gardens, it has retained with its woodwork, paintings, sculptures and furniture the atmosphere of the 18th century, and in its music room there is the extraordinary decor of Beauvais tapestries.
Auxerre, Musée-Abbaye Saint-Germain A remarkable witness to the Carolingian renaissance in Europe, the former abbey of St. Germain, currently being restored, facilitates the discovery of the 15 centuries of the history of Auxerre as well as the spiritual and intellectual life of the West.