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    Exhibition 2014 : The Aquatic World of Lalique

    From May 16, 2014 to November 11, 2014

    Lalique’s inspiration draws widely on the theme of water.

    Mermaids, fish, dragonflies, frogs... this entire miniature world can be found equally in his jewellery, tableware, vases, statuettes...

    This exhibition will attempt to make the connection between Lalique’s sources of inspiration and his work. It will also whisk you away on a journey into a world of enchantment.

     

    Opening hours

    • From 16 Mai to 30 September: open non-stop every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    •  From 1 October to 11 November: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. non-stop. If a Monday falls on a public holiday, the museum is open.
    • Final admission is one hour before the museum closes.
 
 

    Admission fees and rates

    Exhibition: The Aquatic World of Lalique

    • Full price: 6.00€
    • Discounted price (Children of 6 to 18 years of age, job seekers, disabled people, students): 3.00€
    • Family Pass (For one or two adults and up to 5 children under 18): 14.00€
    • Free: Children under 6, journalists, teachers, holders of the Carte ICOM - AGCCPF – Ministry of Culture, holders of the Museum Pass for the Upper Rhine, those accompanying disabled people

    Exhibition: The Aquatic World of Lalique + Museum

    • Full price: 9.00€
    • Discounted price (Children of 6 to 18 years of age, job seekers, disabled people, students): 4.50€
    • Family Pass (For one or two adults and up to 5 children under 18): 21.00€
    • Free: Children under 6, journalists, teachers, holders of the Carte ICOM - AGCCPF – Ministry of Culture, holders of the Museum Pass for the Upper Rhine, those accompanying disabled people

     

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