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When visiting Lille, please try and see this lovely museum located in Roubaix which is about 30 minute journey on the Metro (Red Line) to Roubaix-Grand Place. It is well worth the visit. I was completely staggered by the beauty of the pool and its...More
The Museum is housed largely in an Art Deco swimming pool and features beautifully arranged and displays sculpture and other artwork. The astonishing thing about the place is clearly the swimming pool used as an exhibition space which is sympathetic to its original design and...More
This is a must visit museum if you are staying in Lille or the surroundings. It is only a 20 minute ride on the metro or bus and well worth the effort.
The Art Deco swimming pool has been restored sympathetically and when the light...More
We visited the afternoon of Tue 4 November, only ten days after the renovated museum reopened, having driven from Calais. The small museum parking area was completely full. Fortunately we found a metered street parking space nearby but, if you are travelling by car, it...More
We felt so lucky to be able to see the museum with its recent renovations. The art is by less known artists (at least less known to these Americans) but was beautiful and interesting. The second floor had a wonderful selection of textiles to view....More
The staff could smile a bit more and more clear signposting in the direction of the temporary exhibitions would be appreciated rather than just telling you you can't go a certain way.
The art feels a little disjointed (it switches between styles) and, frankly, the...More
This once a public pool from the Early 30’s turned into a museum is so beautiful architecturally and so eclectic with its artworks. From sculptures, textile, to paintings, it offers varied artistic work for everyone to enjoy.