An ancient building is worth spending half a day to see. There are a lot of great collections, the layout is very good, you will not be confused when you walk, there is a beautiful small garden, you can rest there when you are tired.
The Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon is one of the most important museums in France, formerly known as the Saint-Pierre Convent. The museum mainly collects 19th and 20th century paintings, including works by Gauguin and Cézanne. There are not many tourists inside and it is very quiet.
The French are very romantic. They also have a very high level of art. They also have their own unique vision for the appreciation of art. Although it is only a municipal art museum, his collection also has its own taste and values. not bad
Lyon art gallery is located in the fertile soil over the 17th and 18th centuries was originally a benedictine monastery buildings. Since 1988 to 1998, after the repair has been open to visitors. Its collections from ancient Egypt cultural relics to modern art, is one of the most important art gallery in Europe.
don(t miss this wonderful Museum
If you like religious painting and sculptures from the 16th - 19th centuries, you'll probably love this museum. The building and courtyard are lovely but had very little that interested me.
Quiet and few people
You can browse the exhibits at ease
There are also many masterpieces
Including works by Kogan and Monet
And Robin’s multiple sculptures
And ancient Egyptian civilization
It's worth having a mummy