Related to the history of cloth-making as well as to contemporary art, come and take a cultural break in the Eure valley.

Did you know that Louviers has been a cloth town that built its reputation partly on woollen cloth-making? The museum testifies to the area's speciality, which was both an economic and an artistic activity. You will be able to see the machines used at the time: looms, carders and fulling stocks. Comprehensive temporary exhibitions are organised several times a year on subjects related to the local history or on more contemporary themes ranging from contemporary art to interior design.

Astonishing: the wool used in Louviers did not come from Norman sheep but from Spanish sheep! It was shipped by sea or inland waterways to the town.

Spoken languages

  • French
  • English


  • Average duration of the individual visit: 90 min
  • Average duration of the group visit: 90 min
  • Welcome group from 10 person(s) to 30 people.



Means of payment

  • Carte bleue
  • Postal or bank cheques
  • Cash
  • Contactless payment



  • Toilets
  • Free parking


  • Shop
  • Bicycle parking

On-site activities

  • Conferences
  • Junior workshop


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