The Normandy Museum of Ethnology and Folk Art is next to the Maritime Museum, occupying several ancient buildings and former prisons. The 9 rooms make full use of clothing, furniture and other artifacts, recreating the Normandy style of Honfleur from the 16th to the 19th century.
The Anthropology Museum is said to have taken 10 years to renovate and rebuild. There are exhibitions in different periods, human lifestyles...the exhibition is novel, the guide system is easy to read, and the sound and shadow are combined. What is interesting is that some things are presented in a contemporary art way. It is suitable for children to study and see real specimens!
The Muséed "Ethnographieetd" ArtPopulaire Normand Normandy Museum of Ethnology and Folk Art was built on the site of the former prison. The collection of local archaeological discoveries, antique furniture, traditional costumes and handicrafts from the 16th to the 19th centuries show the history of Honfleur and the customs of Normandy. Next to it is the Maritime Museum. Opening hours from April to September, Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00, mid-October to November, mid-February to March, Monday to Friday 14:00-18: 00, Saturday and Sunday 10:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00, closed from mid-November to mid-February. Tickets are 3 euros for adults and 1.8 euros for students. The pass between the two libraries is 4.2 euros for adults and 2.6 euros for students.
The Normandy Museum of Anthropology and Folk Art is still worthy of recognition. It is very good and highly recommended. It mainly displays the lifestyle of the local residents of Honfleur from the 16th to the 19th century. It is still very interesting.
This kind of folk art feels really good.
There are not many tourists, and the exhibits are meaningful.