Publié le 13 March 2020
Hosiery and XVI Century Museums.
The Vauluisant Museum is one of the rare stone buildings in the city of Troyes dating from the middle of the 16th century. Its façade is rich and typical of Renaissance architecture, with its décor of pediments, cartouches, cherubs and garlands. Enlarged in the 17th and 18th centuries, the pavilion is flanked by two turrets, one of which has a spiral staircase.
The conic roofs are decorated with elegant groins and topped by a sun and a moon. Bought by the city in 1932 for the creation of a decorative arts museum, it currently houses both the Museum of Troyan Art and the Museum of Hosiery.
4 rue de Vauluisant 10000 TROYES
Include: THE MUSEUM OF 16TH ART IN TROYES and THE HOSIERY MUSEUM