Brohan-Museum

Interesting
This museum of decorative arts covers the Jugendstil period to the first examples of modern design (1889-1939), with exhibits from the collection of Karl H. Bröhan (1921-2000), donated to the city in 1981. On the ground floor, admire the collection of Jugendstil porcelain, the Gallé and Daum vases, and furniture by famous Art Nouveau artists (Guimard, Majorelle). Art Deco objects can be seen on the first floor; temporary exhibitions on the third floor; and works by Van de Veld and Hoffman in the small rooms.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Schlossstr. 1a

Opening hours

10am-6pm - closed Mon, 24 and 31 Dec

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