Rimbaud Museum

Born in Charleville Arthur Rimbaud (1854 - 1891) never stopped trying to escape from there. Bearing no malice, the town has devoted a museum to him bringing the poet to life by means of documents, objects and manuscripts (among which is the famous poem Vowels).

Useful information

Address : 

Quai Rimbaud

Phone:

+33 3 24 32 44 64

Opening hours

closed for refurbishment until Spring 2015

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