The Evreux Museum is located in the episcopal palace built at the end of the 15th century. It offers a complete panorama of the art and archaeology of the Evreux region.
Opened in 1985, the archaeological wing of the basement enables you to see fragments of the Gallo-Roman rampart. The collection is also rich in furniture from the 17th and 18th centuries and in paintings from the 19th century (Géricault, Boudin, etc.). A smaller wing is dedicated to contemporary art. Open every day, except on Mondays and some bank holidays, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
6, rue Charles-Corbeau
Telephone: + 33 (0)2 32 31 81 90
At eleven metres deep, this is the deepest aquarium in Europe. More than 1,000 fish from Tahiti live here.© Coll. Claude Molteni de Villermont / La Cité de la Mer
On the ground floor of the permanent exhibition, you can see a Mediterranean basin where fish swim around the wreck of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's aeroplane.© B. Almodovar / La Cité de la Mer
A virtual simulator, Hadalys, takes you to the depths of the ocean. To do this, the Cité de la Mer takes visitors into their secret base to "prepare" them.© La Cité de la Mer
The Cité de la Mer of Cherbourg is housed in the former Gare Marine Transatlantique, a former train station and a beautiful Art Deco construction.© B. Almodovar / La Cité de la Mer
This is the largest submarine that can be visited in the world! It was the first in the series of six nuclear submarines commissioned by Charles De Gaulle.© La Cité de la Mer