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Musée d'art moderne André Malraux

The first thing you notice about the Musée d’art moderne André Malraux–MuMa Le Havre is its breathtaking coastal setting. As you approach the spacious, light-filled museum building, Henri-Georges Adam’s monumental concrete sculpture The Signal heightens the experience, framing a slice of the maritime landscape that inspired many of the works in the museum’s collections.

Le Havre has nurtured artists like MonetDubuffetFrieszDufy and Braque. And MuMa is a pillar of the city's art history. Inaugurated in 1961 by André Malraux, then France's Minister of Cultural Affairs, MuMa is known for its late-19th and 20th-century collections. From the Impressionists to the Fauves, the museum's collections have been enriched by gifts such as works from the studio of EugèneBoudin and the Marande donation.

More recently, Hélène Senn-Foulds donated an impressive collection built up by her grandfather, Olivier Senn, in the early 20th century. Thanks to the donation, MuMa's collection of Impressionist works is today one of France's largest, and the public can now enjoy works by RenoirPissarroSisleyDegasCourbet and Corot.


MuMa welcomes all disabled visitors.

The museum (collections and departments) is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility, providing access to the upper floors by ramp and elevator.

Wheelchairs are available from the museum reception for disabled visitors or those who have difficulty walking. Folding chairs are also available for visitors.
The use of guide dogs and tip canes is authorized throughout the museum.

Access via rue Benjamin Normand:

Entry through a security door (ring for an agent to open for you)

2 disabled parking spaces


By train: from Paris, Saint Lazare station – Paris-Le Havre line.
By tram: from the railway station until the Hôtel de Ville
By bus: from the Hôtel de Ville – line 7 – Musée Malraux stop
By car: free parking opposite the museum
By coach: parking on rue Benjamin Normand


Full price: €7
Reduced price: €4

During the summer exhibition
Full price: €10
Reduced price: €6


OPENING HOURS: next days Tue  11:00-18:00
Wed  11:00-18:00
Thu  11:00-18:00
Fri  11:00-18:00
Sat  11:00-19:00
Sun  11:00-19:00
Tue  11:00-18:00

2 Boulevard Clemenceau
76600 Le Havre
Upper Normandy


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