The Musée Eugène Boudin Museum is to commemorate the painter Eugene Boudin (Eugène Boudin, 1824-1898) who was born here in 1824. He was Monet's mentor and helpful friend, and he played a huge role in the birth of Impressionism. Baudelaire hailed him as the "king of the sky" because of the colorful sky described by Boudin. The gallery houses the works of Boudin, Dubourg, Monet and Dufy, all of whom came to Honfleur to paint. Opening hours: Mid-March to September, Wednesday to next Monday 10:00-12:00, 14:00-18:00, mid-October to March next year, Monday to Friday 14:30-17:00, Saturday , Sunday 10:00-12:00, 14:30-17:00. Combined ticket with St. Catherine's Bell Tower: Adults/students €5.1/3.6 from June to November, adults/students €4.4/2.7 at other times.
There are many art museums in France. The Boudin Museum in Honfleur is highly recommended. This museum is full of art, with a lot of collections and many artworks that reflect local characteristics and history and culture.
The overall feeling is good, and very quiet.
The museum exhibits the works of many Impressionist masters, including Boudin himself and Monet, as well as Courbet, the founder of the French Realism School.
The museum is not big from the outside, but it looks good from the inside