In the heart of the Norman Pays d’Ouche, grasp the art of glass making in one of the rare Glass museums in France.

Blowing, casting, cutting... glass becomes art. A delight to the eyes. From works made by François Décorchemont, born in Conches and a leading figure in glass art, to those made by the Leperlier brothers, Jean-Claude Novaro, Yan Zoritchak and Jean-Pierre Umbdenstock, the museum provides an overview of contemporary glass works in France. Every year, artists' exhibitions show the vitality of this art.

Good to know: Décorchemont (1880-1971) was one of the greatest contemporary glass artists; his work is very distinctive and includes the stained-glass windows of St Odile's Church in Paris and of more than thirty churches in the Eure.

Spoken languages

  • French
  • English


  • Average duration of the individual visit: 60 min
  • Average duration of the group visit: 45 min


Means of payment

  • Postal or bank cheques
  • Cash



  • Parking for families
  • Toilets
  • Bar, cafeteria, tea room
  • Free parking


  • Shop
  • Left luggage
  • Free WIFI

On-site activities

  • Temporary exhibitions
  • Conferences
  • Specific theme activities
  • Junior workshop
  • Specialist conferences


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