On Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 2:0pm to 6:0pm
Situated in the former Dupuy-d’Angeac townhouse, the museum houses collections of paintings, sculptures, decorative arts and archaeology. Among the works presented, many were donated by Cognac families. Particularly worth seeing is a set of northern school paintings that show the historic ties between Charente and the Netherlands as well as a rare collection of art nouveau glassware by Emile Gallé, a friend of the Cognac glassmaker, Claude Boucher. There is a free discovery trail for our younger visitors.