Museum in Baux de Provence
Opened in 1991, the Yves Brayer Museum displays a hundred or so canvas paintings, watercolours and drawings representative of the artist's work.
The Porcelet family holds an important position in Provence, with origins dating back to the XIIth century.
Massive restoration work carried out from 1991 to 1997, restoring one of the most beautiful Baux de Provence buildings to its original late XVIth century splendour.
The original façade, irregularly made of million windows, matches up ideally with the "Lantern of the Dead" of the nearby Saint Vincent Church.
In the vaulted ground floor room, interesting XVIIth century frescos represent the Four Cardinal Virtues and the Four Seasons.
MUSEUM REOPENING ON THURSDAY MARCH 5th AT 11AM
Every day : 10:00 am to 12:30 pm and 2:00 pm to 6:30 pm
October to March open every day except Tuesday : 11:00 am to 12:30 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Annual closure : January & February
Adults : 8.00 € per person
Groups of 10 et + : 4.00 € per person
Free: 17 years and less (accompanied by an adult)
PASS Baux-de-Provence : Combined ticket Carrières de Lumières + Château des Baux with Musée Yves Brayer offered
16.50 € / 18.50 € with events
MUSEE YVES BRAYER
PLACE FRANCOIS DE HERAIN
13520 LES BAUX DE PROVENCE
Téléphone : 04 90 54 36 99