Ravoux Inn

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Ravoux Inn–Vincent van Gogh's Final Quarters
The Ravoux Inn (also known as the Maison de Van Gogh) is located in the town of Auvers-sur-Oise, just north of Paris.

When Vincent van Gogh lived there for just 3.50 francs a day, Auvers-sur-Oise was already a picturesque village attracting impressionist artists. He spent the last months of his life here, and prolifically and feverishly produced more than 80 paintings in just 70 days. Today there's a walk [link] around town, with signs showing reproductions of many of his final paintings right in front of the still existing subject matters (churches, walkways, landscapes, etc).

The Ravoux Inn has kept its original feel, and and although its a short visit (including a brief film), it's fascinating to find yourself in Mr. Vincent's room (as he was known to the inn keepers).

OPEN (2017):
March 1st – October 29th
Wed – Sun
10am - 6pm

FEES
Adults:
- 6€ (no preferential rate)
- 4€ (handicapped)

Children:
- 12 to 17 years: 4€
- Under 12: free

Lunch and dinner is served as well, from 1st March to 26 November:

Lunch:
Wednesday – Sunday: 12:00pm to 14:15pm

Dinner:
Fridays and Saturdays only
7:30 to 9:00pm

>>>Warm thanks to my lovely friends at AmaWaterways for an unforgettable river cruise on the Seine from Paris to Normandy. My visit to Auvers–sur–Oise and the Maison de Van Gogh was one of many excursions available daily at no additional cost. Great concept, AmaWaterways!
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95430 Auvers-sur-Oise, France