ABBAYE DE MAUBUISSON, SITE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN DU CONSEIL DÉPARTEMENTAL DU VAL D'OISE
Founded in 1236 by Blanche of Castile, Maubuisson Abbey now lives at the rhythm of contemporary creation. With two major annual exhibitions that result in the production of original works, the abbey welcomes established artists, invited to interact with history, architecture, and site environment.
Owned by the Department of Val-dOise, the estate of Maubuisson houses the buildings and remains of the cistercian abbey Notre-Dame-La-Royale, founded by Queen Blanche of Castile in 1236.
Visitors of the eight-hectare park planted with trees will get the chance to discover some archaeological remains. A small stream, a canal and some ornamental ponds along the way are examples of hydraulic developments dating from the Middle Ages until the 18th century. Today, the Abbey of Maubuisson hosts exhibitions of contemporary art as well as a cultural and educational program on the theme of "creation and heritage".
- Individuel tout public (Individuals / Suitable for all)
- From 01 january 2017 to 31 december 2017
- Access for the handicapped
- Car park
- Book shop
- MTB - cycles
Rates and reservations
GPS coordinates lat. 49° 2' 46" - long. 2° 7' 0"
Abbaye de Maubuisson Avenue Richard-de-Tour, 95310 St-Ouen-l'Aumône Telephone 33 (0)1 34 64 36 10 Fax 33 (0)1 30 37 16 69 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Website http://www.valdoise.fr/614-l-abbaye-de-maubui... Facebook : facebook.com/maubuisson