Visit the Lambert Collection in Avignon

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An exceptional, heritage and contemporary site!



-Last admission: 45 minutes before closing
-Evacuation of rooms: 10 minutes before closing
-Public holidays: the museum is closed on January 1, May 1 and December 25. It is open all other public holidays (except Monday, weekly closing day during the period from September to June)
-Entry and Exit: the entry ticket is valid for the day
-Accessible to people with reduced mobility and strollers


From September to June:
- Wednesday to Friday, 2pm to 6pm (bookshop from 2pm)
- Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 6pm (bookshop from midday)

Last admission: 45 min before closing time.
Closed on 1 January, 1 May and 25 December.


+33 490 16 56 13

Lambert Collection, Avignon

An exceptional museum combining traditional and contemporary elements. The Lambert Collection in Avignon is a unique contemporary art museum, born from the initiative of an art dealer and collector, Yvon Lambert, who donated an exceptional set of major works to the State by the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century. Housed in two magnificent 18th century mansions in the heart of Avignon, the Lambert Collection hosts ambitious exhibitions and a varied cultural and educational program, with the support of the State, the City of Avignon, the region as well as private patrons.

Founded on the historic donation of dealer and collector Yvon Lambert, the Collection Lambert, museum of contemporary art, reopened its doors to the public in July 2015 after having doubled its exhibition space. The hotels of Caumont and Montfaucon now host a selection of works from the permanent collection (Sol LeWitt, Douglas Gordon, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Anselm Kiefer, Niele Toroni, Andres Serrano... whose works are presented alternately) and exhibitions temporary artists from the current art scene.


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