Open from 10 am to 6 pm (last entrance 5:30 pm) tuesday to sunday.
The Museum Regards de Provence combines modern and contemporary art and reveals temporary individual and collective thematic exhibitions, highlighting the artistic heritage of the South and the Mediterranean. Installed on the seafront of Marseille, it is a place of history which housed the former sanitary station of Fernand Pouillon intimately linked to port life, labeled Heritage of the 20th century. It presents throughout the year an artistic, immersive and historical documentary on the Memory of the Sanitary Station.
This building is a port heritage with modernist architecture in the "liner" style, sober, functional and unique in its kind.
Its geographical location is remarkable in the heart of the new cultural, tourist and economic center of Marseille and it benefits from a panoramic view of the port of La Joliette and the J4 esplanade, facing the majestic architectures of the Mucem and the Grotte Cosquer. It also houses the Regards de Provence boutique bookshop and the panoramic roof-terrace restaurant Regards Café.
PRACTICAL INFORMATION :
The visit includes :
- Temporaries exhibitions
- The memory of Sanitray Station
- Open from tuesday to sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm (except january 1st, may 1st, august 15th, and december 25th)
Pets are forbidden.
- Adult : 8,50€
- Senior (over 65 years) : 7,50€
- Reduced (student under 26s, disabled people) : 5.70€
- 13 to 18 years old : 4€
- Unemployed person (proof) : 3€
- Free for child under 13s
- Access for disabled people
- Accessibility of the service to disabled people :
- Means of transport :
- Type of activity :
- Self-guided visit
- On site :
- Access :
- from the village or the place visited
- accessible by public transport