Musée de Picardie
Amiens' market gardens – some 3 sq km in extent – have supplied the city with vegetables and flowers since the Middle Ages. Today, their...
Maison de Jules Verne
Jules Verne (1828–1905) wrote many of his best-known works of brain-tingling – and eerily prescient – science fiction under the eaves of...
Galerie du Vitrail Claude Barre
Ever wonder how stained glass is designed and put together? You can see firsthand at this workshop, whose artisans fill commissions from...
Designed by Gustave Eiffel's architectural firm in 1892, this exquisite ex-insurance office now attracts chic, well-off, 30-somethings...
La Tante Jeanne
Down in the Saint-Leu neighborhood, this is a good spot for an afternoon snack or a lighter meal, with crispy galettes, a variety of...
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Musée de Picardie information
Housed in a dashing Second Empire structure (1855–67) with a jaw-droppingly impressive central room, the Picardy Museum is surprisingly well endowed with archaeological exhibits, medieval art and Revolution-era ceramics.