Musee Sainte-croix is a museum that displays art form from the prehistoric periods to the contemporary times. It is the largest museum in the province of Poitiers and is constructed beautifully with glass and concrete. The major attractions are sculptures of Auguste Rodin and Camillie Claudel, paintings of Odilon Redon and Piet Mondrian and a stone sculpture named L' me de la France. Musee Sainte-croix provides free entrance to the students and occasionally holds concerts and other exhibitions in its arena.
How to Reach Musee Sainte-croix
- Rented car/taxi
Musee Sainte-croix Reviews & Ratings
Nicely curated. Interesting collection of art and you are led through it in a way that flows nicely and highlights connections. The Brutality gallery architecture sets it all off very nicely. Well worth a visit.
A medium size museum with a very interesting archeological collection. Sculpture and painting is worth to see as well.
Love it. Very nice collection. A bit of a maze though.
One very nice Experience to visit a place that show you how to build a people, highly recommended.
Free entry on Tuesday and lunchtime concerts. Brutal building, lots of good stuff.