Monet and Picasso fans will want to spend an hour or so in this museum, which sits on a beautifully landscaped bank of the River Îll. Serious art lovers should expect to linger 2-3 hours, or more.
The building itself is quite stunning. It opened in 1998, and is a striking work of glass, light, and space.
The permanent collection includes treasures dating from 1870 to present day and includes glass works, graphics, photography, paintings, and sculpture.
The Kléber Bookstore offers everything from toys to jewelry, in addition to books. And, you can enjoy a snack or full meal at the Art Café. Ask to sit on the patio or grab a table near the oversized windows. Both overlook l’Ill River and Petite France.