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©Musée Lalique
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Lalique Museum

  • Wingen-sur-Moder, France
  • Museum
Lalique Museum Wingen-sur-Moder
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Hours:
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00 (February, March, October, November and December); 09:30 - 18:30 daily (April to September)
Phone:
+33 388890814
©Musée Lalique
Adults 6 euros, concessions 3 euros, families 14 euros, children under 6 go free

Opened in 2011 close to the Lalique crystal manufacturer, the Lalique Museum allows visitors to discover the life and work of René Lalique: his creative genius, his talent and the world of his imagination. Although Lalique’s work was already represented in the collections of several international museums, no museums in Europe had been entirely devoted to the Art Nouveau master jeweller - who also became the Art Deco master glassmaker par excellence - and to the work of the craftspeople who carry on his heritage.

©R. Letscher

In a modern setting, the Lalique Museum displays more than 650 exceptional pieces – jewellery, drawings, perfume bottles, tableware items, chandeliers, radiator mascots and vases – and immerses the visitors in key moments of Lalique’s outstanding history, such as the Universal Exhibition in 1900 or the Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts of 1925. A stroll in the gardens helps to forge the link between plants that inspired Lalique’s art, and harks back to the local glassmaking tradition thanks to an explanatory trail laid out in the grounds.

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