A must to discover the history of the Ardennes.
Located in the historic heart of the city in the 17th century, the museum of the Ardennes has 3400 square meters of exhibition rooms in an architectural ensemble of exceptional quality built around a courtyard and a garden and incorporating contemporary creations buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries.
The collections presented show the strong personality of the Bulge, oak and iron as a guideline throughout the centuries. The collections of archeology, especially Merovingian Gaul and the relief maps of Charleville Mezieres in the 17th century, the pharmacy Hôtel-Dieu de Charleville (1756), production of the manufacture of weapons of Charleville numismatic collection, are particularly appreciated by visitors.
Life in the Ardennes in the 19th century is also evoked through ethnographic presentations and work of painters such as Eugène Damascus. The temporary gallery is open throughout the year often exhibitions devoted to contemporary artists.
Open every day except Monday from 10am to 12pm and 14pm to 18pm Museum.
Price: 5 € (concessions € 3) to also visit the Rimbaud Museum.
Free for children under 18, students and job seekers as well as the first Sunday of the month.
Mobile ramp and lift allows disabled people to access most areas of the Museum's exhibition of the Ardennes.