Musée Eugène Boudin
Rue Homme de Bois, 14600 Honfleur, France
Photo courtesy of Musée Eugène Boudin
Wed - Mon 10am - 12pm, 2pm - 6pm
Musée Eugène BoudinFounded in 1868 by French painters Eugène Boudin and Louis-Alexandre Dubourg, this small museum, housed in a 19th-century chapel, pays homage to the Normandy artists who spent time in Honfleur, like Monet, Courbet, Friesz, and Boudin himself. Here, you’ll find an impressive collection of pre-Impressionist works, as well as several Boudin paintings and drawings that he bequeathed to his hometown. Also on display are more than 1,000 objects, headdresses, and pieces of furniture, providing a fascinating picture of Norman culture.