The Provins and the Provins area exhibits unique collections from the Antiquity to the 19th century.
This “Museum of France” is located inside one of the oldest civilian structures of Provins, the “Roman House“.
Before entering this architectural monument, be sure to admire its 12th-century façade and magnificent window set in diamonds.
Inside, you’ll find invaluable collections from archaeological excavations in Provins and its surrounding areas that date from prehistoric times and run through the Renaissance to the 19th century.
Among the notable exhibition items housed here are the exceptional treasured remnants of Saint Quiriace Church (golden monstrances, a trinity icon from the 15th century and Saint Edme’s chasuble made of silk lampas from the 13th century).
The museum also features sculptures, paintings and rare objects, such as a baby hatch used to abandon orphans at church doors.
Schedules & Prices
• From 11 January to 7 February 2020: weekends, public holidays, and daily during French school Holidays (zone C), from 12 noon to 5.30 p.m.
• From 8 February to 12 June: daily from 12 noon to 5.30 p.m.
• 16 May: from 6 p.m. to midnight for the European Night.
• From 13 June to 13 September: daily from 11 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
• From 14 September to 1 November: daily from 12 noon to 5.30 p.m.
• From 2 November to 20 December: weekends, public holidays, and daily during French school Holidays (zone C), from 12 noon to 5.30 p.m.
• Closure: from 1 to 10 January, 23 August, and from 21 December 2020 to 8 January 2021 included.
• Included in the Pass Provins or Pass Family.
• Ticket for the monument only: adult 4 € – child (4-12 years old) and other reduced price: 2 € .
Length: about 35 min.
Last admission 30 min. before the closure of the monument.
Rdv at 7 rue du Palais, 77160 Provins.
0033 1 64 01 40 19