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Worth to visit but difficult to find by walking

Lovely museum which has permanent and temporary exhibitions. I paid 5 euros (ticket for student) to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jandramik
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Lithuania
Wonderful way to spend a few hours

Easy, free parking a short walk from the museum. Impressive location and building, excellent staff... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2018
Erica055
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Epping Essex
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Reviewed yesterday

Yes, this is different. First of all, the very idea is holistic: one acoustically and visually perfect exhibition hall, lit to perfection. Containing important archeological, artistic, and historic artifacts from the dawn of man to the modern era. Wonderful gift shop, friendly staff. Only problem...More

Thank AvuncularAmerican
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This has to be one of the most enthralling museums /galleries that I have been to for ages. Inside a super-modern building you are taken on an art-walk of epic scale, starting with 2000 year-old artworks to the 19th century. Yes, there is a French...More

Thank foxbat
Reviewed 1 week ago

Spending some time in the area, we couldn't leave without visiting the Louvre-Lens. Worthwhile with a beautifully curated exhibition and wide open spaces.

Thank Yvonne M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely museum which has permanent and temporary exhibitions. I paid 5 euros (ticket for student) to visit both exhibitions. However, it was not very easy to find the museum because signs were not very accurate. Besides, the road is not very attractive when you pass...More

Thank Jandramik
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived just after opening having followed the walking route from town. A nice pleasant walk. The exhibition space is well laid out and different to the norm. Great exhibits were on display at the time. A must visit.

Thank Steve_Grant1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My friend & I travelled from Lille to visit the Lens Louvre. We walk from the station & easily followed the signage. It is however longer than the signage outlines. The museum is located on a large area of parklands & I think the signage...More

Thank Linda W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

What an awful visitor experience, this is a terrible way to receive visitors and tourists, it looks like they want to stop people reaching the museum. I arrived at the train station (good and easy train from Lille), couldn’t find a sign showing how to...More

Thank Wilton L
Reviewed 3 July 2018

Easy, free parking a short walk from the museum. Impressive location and building, excellent staff, English audio guides. We thought the tempoary exhibition was well worth the price of entry alone. Stunning artefacts, well curated and when sharing some snaps I became the envy of...More

1  Thank Erica055
Reviewed 22 June 2018 via mobile

Our BnB host recommended this to us and we were not disappointed. A beautiful place that combines history and art. Some astonishing artifacts and world class pieces of art. Do not miss if you are nearby.

Thank SameUU
Reviewed 22 June 2018

This is how to do it. A provincial town with a coal mining history now hosts an extremely effective outpost of the biggest museum in the world. You approach the building by way of a long path and are faced with a silver building which...More

1  Thank randn94
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janetcbell
16 February 2017|
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It's still free, until the end of 2017 at least. Delightful; there's just enough on display to let you look closely at every exhibit. Arranged in a timeline from ancient Rome, Egypt, Greece etc to about 100 years ago.
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janetcbell
16 February 2017|
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If you drive down Rue Paul Bert westwards past the Musee there is a parking area on the left hand side of the road. There is a huge parking area around the Stade Bollaert-Delelis but this entails a longer walk. There are... More
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Janina L
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Thank you for information. Janina
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