Villa Montebello Museum

Reopening on 23/03 with permanent collections only.


The Villa Montebello, built in 1865 by the architect Jean-Louis Célinsky de Zaremba, has preserved and exhibited the museum's collections since 1972 (paintings, posters, lithographs, drawings, manuscripts, objects, clothing, etc.). They are oriented around two major themes, which are the birth of sea bathing and the development of vacationing on the Côte Fleurie, a source of inspiration for artists from the XNUMXth century to the present day.

Museum of seaside art and history, the collections are centered on the fine arts (paintings, drawings, prints) from the romantic discoverers to the artists of the 20th century and contain a number of works by renowned poster designers such as the famous Trouvillais from adoption, Raymond Savignac.

  • Groups accepted
  • Fine arts
  • Maritime
  • Local heritage
  • Painting
  • Maison
  • Type(s): Museums
  • Groups accepted


  • Museum of France
  • Municipal Museum
  • ISMH registered

Spoken languages

  • English

Services & equipment

  • Free parking
  • Shop / Bike parking

Rates & payment

Prices Min. Max.
Price (Ticket valid for the 2 sites: Museum Gallery and Villa Montebello Museum) 7 €
Reduced price (Ticket valid for the 2 sites: Museum Gallery and Villa Montebello Museum) 3,50 €

Payment method

  • French bank and postal checks
  • Cash


  • Guided tour on request
  • Free tour


  • Free tour
  • Guided tour on request