List of sites to visit

Mosaïc, le jardin des Cultures

Houplin Ancoisne

Mosaïc covers an area of 33 hectares, and includes a pond, woods and contemporary gardens. Mosaïc is a place of dreams, celebration and exhibitions, a mix of flowers, works of art and rare pets. Come and explore gardens inspired by families from the plains of Flanders, the Iberian Peninsula, Central Europe, Mediterranean Europe, West Africa, South-East Asia, North Africa and the British Isles, not forgetting the first inhabitants of the Neolithic. Discover the different smells and colours of Mosaïc with the changing seasons. April-May: Wednesday to Sunday. June-July-August: every day. September-October: Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Metro station "CHR B Calmette" + bus line 229, stop "Houplin Ancoisne Mosaïc".

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€6.00 (Child €6.00) Free with the Pass!

MUba Eugène Leroy

Tourcoing

Housed in a 20th century mansion, the museum encourages dialogue through the contemporary art and performance or centuries-old pieces. The museum also pays tribute to the artist Eugène Leroy (1910- 2000). Stop: Tourcoing center Open every day from 1 pm to 6 pm except Tuesdays, bank holidays, the last Monday of July and the first Monday of September.

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€5.50 (Child €5.50) Free with the Pass!

Musée d'Histoire Naturelle

Lille

The museum, modernised and regularly added to, as become an unforgettable place. Regional and exotic mammals and birds, skeletons, insects and arachnids fascinate the visitor in space, whilst the room of endangered and extinct species displays stuffed exhibits in all their beauty. Bus line 14 - stop: "Lebas". Metro: stop "République Beaux-Arts" or "Mairie de Lille". Open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9.30am to 5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 6pm. Closed on Tuesdays and some public holidays (times may change depending on the exhibitions).

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€3.70 (Child €3.70) Free with the Pass!

Musée de Flandre

Cassel

On the heights of Mount Cassel, the museum of Flanders, housed in the Hotel de la Noble-Court, an exceptional building of the sixteenth century, has set itself the goal of promoting Flemish culture in a new and non-pastistic spirit. Beyond the permanent collection, it presents temporary exhibitions that make it possible to discover to all the public themes still little studied of the Flemish culture and art by treating them with a scientific rigor which gives them an international scope. Many of his exhibitions have been awarded the "National Interest Exhibition" label. Train : station "Cassel" (+ 30 minutes walking distance until the Grand Place). Open Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 12:30 and 2 pm to 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Closed Mondays, 01/01, 01/05 and 25/12. From March 16th to July 14th, open every day from 10am to 6pm.

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Musée de l'Hospice Comtesse

Lille

In the heart of Old Lille, the museum is in itself a history of urban architecture from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century. In rooms which draw their inspiration from 17th Century Flemish interiors can be seen paintings, ceramic, furniture... The museum also houses a former hospital ward one of the prestige venues of Lille and used for exhibitions. Bus line 14 or Old Lille shuttle - stop: Lion d'Or. Open every day from 10am to 6pm, except Monday morning and Tuesday. Closed on 01/01, 01/05, 14/07, 15/08, week-end and Monday of Braderie (1st weekend of September), 01/11, 25/12.

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Musée de l'Institut Pasteur de Lille

LILLE

A DIVING IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. In 2017, the Institut Pasteur de Lille wanted to give a new life to its museum. Showcase of the history of the Pasteur Institute of Lille and turned to current scientific research, this museum was born from a desire to celebrate the scientific works of our researchers. It allows access for all to the collections of the Pasteur Institute of Lille and thus to the history of those who built it. The Institut Pasteur Museum in Lille pays homage to its founding fathers, talented and humanist researchers whose work has saved millions of lives around the world: Louis Pasteur, Albert Calmette and Camille Guerin. The aesthetics of this contemporary exhibition come alive along the way: the museum becomes a place of discovery and astonishment, learning and wonder. Mixing art and science, history and modernity, new technologies and poetry, the museum of the Pasteur Institute of Lille allows an undeniable scientific mediation, especially with young people, teenagers or children. Raising interest in science, research and health is a major concern for the Pasteur Institute in Lille. Metro line 2, stop "Lille Grand Palais". Public opening: Saturday and Sunday 10am-12 o'clock / 2pm-5pm

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